If the answer is in the affirmative then I stand a good chance at convincing the bar graders that I should at least be given the opportunity to try to practice law before they bounce me later for screwing up (knocking firmly on wooden noggin').
My schedule leaves no room for ... well, anything other than studying. I've provided no time for what I'm doing right now (this blog). However, I do believe in break time. And I'm currently on a study break. (;-)>
I've scheduled 80-90 percent of my day for studying. I could schedule more hours but I know there will be deviations so I'm leaving a little bit of room for flexibility.
Anyway, if the stars align properly and my karma doesn't run over the bar grader's dogma, and if it doesn't rain and the creeks don't rise, and if the graders are up to date on their meds when my exams are in front of them, and if I don't suffer a brain cramp or three (or six) (or TEN) during the exam, and if I get back to studying, I might just reap what I'm sowing here.
I wonder if Vegas takes odds on a person's chances on the bar exam. Probably not. Even their professional handicappers wouldn't stand a chance in the arbitrary world of bar exam scoring.
By the way, there's a sale at Von's on Lean Cuisine entrées. I stocked up on Sunday but I think I'll have to go back for more. They're edible from the microwave and, if not reasonably healthy, at least won't cause me to balloon up during this sedentary period.
Now get back to those books. And don't forget to do at least 35 MBEs today. And write a couple of essays while you're at it. And don't forget the PT practice. And get some sleep. But not too much sleep. And memorize those rules. And I'll go away now...