locusdelicti wrote:I don't really understand why the percentage complete for this course has become such a huge deal. You're either ready for the exam or you're not. You could finish this course 100% and still fail, or you could only finish it 60% by just watching all the lectures and still pass. Your percentage complete on this course is the least of your concerns. Just do what you need to do to pass the bar, not pass Themis.
If you do fail the bar, you want to get to 75% Themis completion, so you can redo Themis for free.
You can redo Themis for free whether you make it to 75% or not. You just don't get a refund for this one if you don't make it to 75%.
I can't do that, anyway, because I'm not a first time bar taker.
Desert Fox wrote:There is a reason they want you to get to 75%, it's where their passage rates v. completion gets acceptably high.
If you are studying some other way, yea your % doesn't mean shit. But if all you are doing is working through Themis, the % matters.
Yeah, that's why THEMIS wants you to get to 75%. I'm saying I don't understand why the STUDENTS care so much. I get that it's nice to have a goal, but there seems to be excessive worry about percentage complete when the worry should be on what you know and don't know.