Seven days and counting.
There is a patron saint of test taking. The associate dean of ONU Law sent out a prayer to St. Joseph of Cupertino that he received from one of my classmates. Apparently, St. Joseph prayed that he would only be asked questions on an exam that he already knew the answers to. What kind of exercise of faith is that? "Dear Lord, I'd rather not fail this exam, so whip up some divine intervention and change these questions to easier ones. Thanks, yours truly, Joseph." That's something. Oh, well, what can you do, when the Catholic Church is the one and only true church? (It sounds better if you do a harsh German accent for Pope Benedict. Try it.)
Took 14 essays today in three hours and finished them all. I think I did okay. I'm going to practice more on my own, but today was the last day of bar prep. All in all it was helpful, but I don't know if it was $2500 helpful. Hard to balance that out, since any kind of help is desperately appreciated right now.
Also, my writing hand hurts. That's a lot of writing for three hours, I tell you what.
--13:21 PM, EDT, New Britain
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