... you should know that you've only got 14 weeks left.
As for me, I haven't been doing much writing but I have been listening to lectures. I used to wonder if I shouldn't stop using my motorcycle as a primary mode of transportation because listening to lectures as I rode was too distracting. But now, because my motorcycle is a pile of parts, I can listen to my heart's content (even though my heart would be content listening to almost anything else.)
I have done a little bit of writing, but I'm just talking about outlines. One of the problems I had last time was that it would take me way too long to write an essay because I kept going back to my outlines to make sure I wasn't leaving anything out. My goal this time is to have my outlines, and hence the rules, at least 75% memorized again so I can focus on the structure of my answer without the distraction of bouncing back and forth between it and the outline.
I apologize for being absent from here of late. But every time I think of this blog I get just a bit frustrated, embarrassed, and angry with myself. I can't think of a thing to write that I haven't written about before (multiple times!) And I can't think of one good reason why someone who was serious about passing the bar exam would have any interest in anything I have to say. I'm sure my attitude will change when I get back into study mode but, for now, in this dead-zone between the exam and results, I've got more important things to worry about.
I will pass this one item along, though; I forget who it was who referred me to Bar Review Solutions, but it was back at a time when I was lamenting my inability to put together a study schedule. These guys will let you download a free 8-week study schedule if you register on their site. I'm using it as a starting place for my study program, all I have to do is expand it to the 12-, or 14-weeks, that I'm planning on studying.
That's it for now. Good luck to those of us waiting for results.