tfer2222 wrote: blong4133 wrote:
c3pO4 wrote:anybody else hit the wall and feel like a day of light outline review in bed while watching Bravo would be more strategic than grinding out MBE #2000-2100 and outlining essays #125-130? i'm not being lazy, i honestly think this is the best way to prepare given state of exhaustion. thoughts? should i just sack up and get grinding?
I hit the wall yesterday. I feel like I'm forgetting everything. But I'm to the point where I feel that if I don't know it now, I'll probably forget it on the test anyways. I just played some guitar for a bit then forced myself to go through more essays and a few mbe's. But man I've freaking sick of this shit. I'm past the point of caring whether or not I fail.
i'm to the point where i know i can pass, and if i DO fail its going to be because of a freak out / bad run of luck with essays just happening to hit all my weakest points.
also, i'm 100% i could pass on the second try due to the ridiculous amount of work i've put into a study foundation this summer (outlines/flashcards).
i'm fairly positive everyone posting in here will pass. no one really seems like an "at risk" applicant (esp considering this is the gunner thread)
Yeah I'm the same way. I felt like I could have taken the test and passed a week ago. It just depends on the questions that they ask. There's stuff I feel like I know really well, then there's stuff I feel like I would have no idea where to even start if presented with an essay question.
The real concern for me is that I don't know how finicky the graders are in my state on essays. My state doesn't release anything regarding them, other than the fact that they use MEE's. There's only been a few essays I reviewed where I had absolutely no idea, but then there's been a good bit where I spot the issue, but come to the wrong conclusion, or miss some little detail.
Not to mention I suck at MPT's. I pay too much attention to detail and have real problems sifting through all the crap.