rinkrat19 wrote: Benjamin1987 wrote:
BVest wrote:9/14% here in Texas. And I'm in Austin which means I'm on a schedule different from everyone else in the state. That said, I've certainly found my strengths/weaknesses so far line up perfectly with my law school grades:
Real Property (highest LS grade): 1 homework assignment (MBE Strategies lecture)
Torts (lowest LS grade): 12 homework assignments
God I hate torts.
Its interesting they've already assigned you Torts and Real Property. I'm doing Texas too and I have come across either yet.
Most subjects, it doesn't matter what order you learn them in. And it might lessen server loads by splitting everyone one so 30,000 people (or whatever) aren't all trying to watch ConLaw on the same day. (Recall how well the Opening Day video worked out.)
It's not that... They announced pretty much last minute (after the April 1 payment deadline) that Austin was going to be video stream only, when it has always been live in the past. A stink was raised and they capitulated. Since the rest of the state is receiving the livestream from Houston and since the professors can't be in two cities at once, our schedule is different. But because Texas started a week later than most other states, and since the Austin presentations are not being streamed to anyone else (they're not even being recorded), our schedule is unique.
Even weirder, if you're in Austin but signed up to take it online, you follow the rest-of-Texas schedule and are totally out of sync with your colleagues in town.