Sunday, December 04, 2005


Finals mode is in full swing and sleep is no longer a necessity. Forget about it even being an option. You just don't get much of it or have time for it for that matter.

The nights you spend studying just seem to fly on by and before you know it, it looks like the sun might be rising outside.

Outlines take a long time to do and even when they are done, you aren't much better off. I have 2 done, 1 that is about 85% done, and of course, as expected, con law has gone untouched--much like the casebook for the past 2-3 weeks.

Today my mother called me because she has sent me 4 emails in the past 2 weeks and have answered none of them. The first words out of her mouth were that she was very worried about me and wanted to make sure i'm ok.

December 23 I will be much better when i'm pouring copious amounts of alcohol down my throat.


Crim law final is closed book. Advice?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which prof for crim?

12:47 AM, December 05, 2005  
Blogger T.A.L. said...

Neil P. Cohen. He's visiting.

3:43 AM, December 05, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not to be negative, but this is one of the only classes that you can't fudge an answer to. You have to know the differences between the PMC, Penn Homicide, and common law or you can't expect to do well. not sure if that helps but there it is...

the good news is that you can memorize mosto f what you need to know for a B answer. frankly, if you don't understand it at this point, don't beat yourself up for not getting better than a B and take it as a learning point for next semester.

2:17 PM, December 06, 2005  
Blogger B said...

Start each and every answer by going over mens rea and actus reus. THEN, and only then go on from there.

3:20 PM, December 07, 2005  
Anonymous Scott Ryan said...

nice post

4:46 AM, July 22, 2007  

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