One of my study buddies told me last night that she was going to skip the Feb exam because she "Didn't have all of the rules for all of the subjects memorized."
I know what you're thinking. I thought the same thing.
I told her that nobody ever feels like they have all of the rules memorized. Her problem is that, like me, she's a perfectionist. She's different, however, in that she's very much more organized than I am. She actually knows which rules she hasn't committed to memory. And that scares her.
I also told her that I don't have that problem because I don't know what I don't know, which helps me stay calm. (;-)> Until, of course, I start to write out an essay and realize that the rules aren't issuing forth from my brain like I believe they should at this point. That's when I do my own little internal freak-out. And that's why I still haven't written enough exams. It's the "freak-out-avoidance, head-in-the-sand" syndrome. And I do that well. Ignorance is bliss.