MoreCowBellPlease wrote: rmhco wrote:
Nebby wrote:I have no idea if I passed, but I at least felt prepared. That's all I think we can hope for, honestly. Let the chips fall where they may
Honestly I feel the same way ... I did BarBri, and I feel like between that + AdaptiBar + Lean Sheets, I was fairly prepared (BarBri giving me the bulk of the preparation). I did 92-93% of the course (can't remember and can't log back in now). Not sure if I'm being naive about how I should have felt, but like I think I mentioned before, I didn't feel LESS prepared on the actual bar than I felt on any of BarBri's practice stuff where I mostly hit targets.
Not to get anyone's hopes up, but if you all felt prepared, then you probably passed.
I totally agree. If you feel like crap about it, don't assume you failed though. This is my third time taking the TX bar. (The first time, I took the bar exam, I burned out. I studied 14+ hours a day but, I never got enough sleep and forgot to eat most days. By the time I got to the bar, I am sure my mind couldn't even think straight. Failed by just a few points. )
The second time, I was a lot more prepared, but after the MBE on the 2nd day, I felt defeated and I was sure I failed. I didn't give my all on the essays and of course, I failed again by a few points. BUT my MBE score increased by 10 pts. If I would have kept my head straight, I probably would have passed, since my essays dropped down 10 pts from the first time.
This time I felt relaxed and prepared. I am hoping for good news! If you are unlucky this time around, failing is not the end of the world. Just get back to work and knock it out!