sd5289 wrote:Count me in as another person who's a) ready to take the damn thing already, and b) doesn't want to ruin my qualified confidence going in after some good MBE scores and essays over the past week or so. But I also want to stay fresh. From what it's worth, I see in the directed study schedule (which expects me to do 3.2% today, haha, good one) that the emphasis shifts to review and memorization in the last week. Everyone I've talked to who passed also suggest switching to that framework but doing a few questions and/or essays each day just to keep those skills we've built over the summer.
(Not a Themis student here, but been following the thread lol): I agree with this. That's pretty much been my approach. I think at this point we know how to approach essays and MBEs, so it's just a matter of remembering the little things that may come up. I'll probably aim for 25 MBEs per day, issue spotting some essays, and blitzing through other essays to get familiar with what's been asked in the past. I'll tack on memorization to this (made ~480 flashcards. I've presumably memorized all of them, so my plan is to go over 120 a day Thurs-Sun, which shouldn't take too long).