It’s Election Law, of all things, and I am utterly, rabidly unprepared.
A two-credit course, this is what took the fall when I didn’t have time to devote to everything. Now, instead of being unsure of myself in that I haven’t reviewed enough, or just am not comfortable with the materials, I’m hours away from taking a test which determines 100 percent of my grade and find myself looking at the syllabus and the casebook and asking myself: “We covered this?”
I think I whipped up pretty good on my final Pre-Trial Advocacy project and my other two exams, so they may help offset a poor grade here — but I’d rather it not come to that.
So, I’ll be up ’till about four a.m. again–that’s been pretty much every day this week–then it’s off to work and to school for the 6:30 p.m. exam. Maybe I’ll get lucky and one of the essay questions will be something along the lines of “Discuss the Natural Born Citizen Clause and the various challenges made against both candidates in the recent presidential election.”
Somehow, I doubt it.
So, nothing from me today. Comments will be put in if I have the chance.
After today, only three more semesters left until we can pick up and move down to the Palmetto State. I’ll see y’all on the other side.