Bedsole wrote:locusdelicti wrote:Me too. I've answered a couple with "I don't know." Submit.
I usually try to issue spot, at least, but they're a drag, for sure.
What I have found is that if I just decide "I'll outline this one, see what issues I can spot, and then double check my outline" it often turns into me writing a full blown answer, which is incredibly useful as a review. Even when I don't end up writing out the answer, refreshing the elements in my head does more for me than just reading the model answer. Still doesn't change the fact that I dread every single one of these things.
Yeah, that sounds pretty similar to what I've done with some. It is helpful. I just can't remember the law very well sometimes, especially for certain areas.... but I guess I'll get there.
On another note, I'd like to leave my house and go study somewhere else, but it won't stop fucking raining in Philly and I don't feel like walking in a downpour with my laptop in a bag and spending $8 on a cup of tea I can make for free at home. But being somewhere else helps sometimes. What do you guys think? Prefer to study at home, or out in the world?