Pokemon wrote:So I am kind of behind, but what really worries me is that I seem to have really low memory of subjects I learned really early on. I am still scoring in an ok range on MBE practice, but I cannot name a single rule about MBE Evidence. I think I score ok less because I learn the rules and more because the questions start making sense to me, whatever that means.c
Same here, I got a 129 on my midterm and get in the 60-70% range with the quizzes I do. But my essays are still pretty heavily open book, and when I go to only using one-sheets to refresh my memory it's utter crap. I do not have the elements of the law memorized at all, and certainly not enough to write anything close to the sample essays they provide I know stress maintenance is the name of the game, but I'm starting to get really worried about remembering all of the stuff for essays when I'm still watching videos and just hearing a lot of this stuff for the first time. I still haven't memorized torts and crim, how am I going to memorize family law and secured transactions in less than three weeks?!