blowhard wrote:DC1L wrote:
Why? I'm getting 2 law school credit hours for it
I wouldn't brag about that either. Good schools don't usually give credit for such things.DC1L wrote:Heartford wrote:DC1L wrote:I'm in a start-up course
Oh, in that case your advice for studying techniques is highly appreciated on this site. I'm sure you'll find that, since you haven't even taken a law school exam, everyone will be just clamoring to hear about how you read your cases.
This is the time for trial and error, dickhead. Get off my Dick.
Also, it's not trial and error if it's in a fake class without the real stress, exams, or consequences. Nor should you need an entire class for trial and error. You should be able to judge your reading time and retention on your own.
Further, the people ITT are looking for advice about real classes, not fake ones. So your experience reading for a fake class is irrelevant.
Last time I checked, the class had real professors, with real students in it, and is for real credits. Sounds real to me.
If anybody ITT is looking for advice, they can use the search function or create a thread of their own.