sandcastle45 wrote:Do they? That must be it. Because I'm just thinking about how dumb these questions are. I used to do them and when I got one wrong, I would be like OK, I get it. But now I'm like ugh, go eff yourself, stupid question. It's gotten to the point where I don't even feel like doing them is helping me study.
I am in the same boat! If the Qbank really does get harder as you go along I feel a little better but still, my averages are dropping and it is frustrating. I know this is what they want, but UGH
My scores on the Qbank q's is dropping too. So, at least we're all in the same boat, I guess?
Also I almost threw the computer across the room the other day, because I SWEAR the Torts guy, in the lecture about strict liability, gave an example of a specific case where a hairdresser used a perm solution and caused chemical burns, and the court said that the person could sue in strict liability even though normally you can't for services, because this was "unlike a dentist or doctor", where there was significant skill required. I remembered it specifically because I used to be a hairdresser and it made me a little mad, because you can't just dump a box of perm solution on someone's head, there is a lot more skill involved than that. Anyway, then I got a Qbank question with that EXACT fact scenario, and the answer was she can't sue under a strict liability theory because "service providers like hairdressers and doctors" generally can't be.
OMG. SO RAGEY.
I'm starting to think my scores are dropping from watching too many of their stupid lectures.