For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

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scionb4
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For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby scionb4 » Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:58 am

I thought after the LSAT was over, the anxiety would be over and it would be easy, breezy, pumpkin sleazy or however that expression goes. The two weeks leading up to the LSAT blows, but this waiting game is just nagging a little more each day. Go home, check the mail, nothing there, sleep, go to school, repeat but slightly more exasperated each time it happens.

rando
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Re: For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby rando » Fri Mar 26, 2010 6:18 am

scionb4 wrote:I thought after the LSAT was over, the anxiety would be over and it would be easy, breezy, pumpkin sleazy or however that expression goes. The two weeks leading up to the LSAT blows, but this waiting game is just nagging a little more each day. Go home, check the mail, nothing there, sleep, go to school, repeat but slightly more exasperated each time it happens.


Try waiting for your first semester LS grades

scionb4
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Re: For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby scionb4 » Fri Mar 26, 2010 6:40 am

rando wrote:
scionb4 wrote:I thought after the LSAT was over, the anxiety would be over and it would be easy, breezy, pumpkin sleazy or however that expression goes. The two weeks leading up to the LSAT blows, but this waiting game is just nagging a little more each day. Go home, check the mail, nothing there, sleep, go to school, repeat but slightly more exasperated each time it happens.


Try waiting for your first semester LS grades


I'm sure I will.

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Re: For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby Kobe_Teeth » Fri Mar 26, 2010 7:40 am

I am like the most impatient person on the planet...and waiting for this one last acceptance is killing me. I live a 1/2 mile from the school and I just want to drive over go all Jerry Maguire in the lobby...

I will probably do some Kanye West shit waiting for grades 1st semester...

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Re: For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby beast510 » Fri Mar 26, 2010 3:56 pm

Don't you guys think this waiting game changed us to someone else? Personally, I was not a big fan of hearsay, but now, everyday I check all kinds of different forums, make all kinds of insipid comments, and get nervous each time I saw someone has got a decision.

Oddly enough, I have a faith in the U.S. educational system. I believe each period of our education make us more prepared for what we will do. So I was just wondering if it's like a pre-torture for our law school life and life as a lawyer. Patience is not only appreciated, but required.

rando
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Re: For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby rando » Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:02 pm

beast510 wrote:Don't you guys think this waiting game changed us to someone else? Personally, I was not a big fan of hearsay, but now, everyday I check all kinds of different forums, make all kinds of insipid comments, and get nervous each time I saw someone has got a decision.

Oddly enough, I have a faith in the U.S. educational system. I believe each period of our education make us more prepared for what we will do. So I was just wondering if it's like a pre-torture for our law school life and life as a lawyer. Patience is not only appreciated, but required.


hmm. that's interesting. I have always kind of had the impression that US education actually doesn't prepare you for anything but competition. Not saying it isn't helpful, just think it is a way to further the meritocratic system rather than actually further practical skills.

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Re: For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby erniesto » Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:05 pm

rando wrote:
beast510 wrote:Don't you guys think this waiting game changed us to someone else? Personally, I was not a big fan of hearsay, but now, everyday I check all kinds of different forums, make all kinds of insipid comments, and get nervous each time I saw someone has got a decision.

Oddly enough, I have a faith in the U.S. educational system. I believe each period of our education make us more prepared for what we will do. So I was just wondering if it's like a pre-torture for our law school life and life as a lawyer. Patience is not only appreciated, but required.


hmm. that's interesting. I have always kind of had the impression that US education actually doesn't prepare you for anything but competition. Not saying it isn't helpful, just think it is a way to further the meritocratic system rather than actually further practical skills.


We could always go back to nepotism.

rando
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Re: For some reason I thought the anxiety was over . . .

Postby rando » Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:28 pm

erniesto wrote:
rando wrote:
beast510 wrote:Don't you guys think this waiting game changed us to someone else? Personally, I was not a big fan of hearsay, but now, everyday I check all kinds of different forums, make all kinds of insipid comments, and get nervous each time I saw someone has got a decision.

Oddly enough, I have a faith in the U.S. educational system. I believe each period of our education make us more prepared for what we will do. So I was just wondering if it's like a pre-torture for our law school life and life as a lawyer. Patience is not only appreciated, but required.


hmm. that's interesting. I have always kind of had the impression that US education actually doesn't prepare you for anything but competition. Not saying it isn't helpful, just think it is a way to further the meritocratic system rather than actually further practical skills.


We could always go back to nepotism.


ehh. lets stick to endless testing.




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