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Thursday, May 04, 2006

Wish me luck

It's my Law exam this afternoon.

It's multiple choice (but deliberately written to deceive - bastards!), and just a straight pass/fail. I need 16 out of 40 to pass and have got 31, 32, 34 on my mocks, so I'm not too worried, but still - this is the real thing!

The butterflies are just settling into my tummy now:-)

UPDATE: Been there, done that. Fairly certain I passed:-) I had to argue with the invigilator to be let out before the full hour (it took me 7.5 mins to complete the exam - including reading through. After another 20 minutes I'd had enoughof looking at the bare walls!).

Now if I can just finish the last six essay's, and tidy up the two that are almost done, i'll be all ready to start next years course:-)


  • At Thursday, May 04, 2006 1:37:00 pm, Blogger Dave said…

    Piece of cake for a 13th century soap maker!

  • At Thursday, May 04, 2006 3:21:00 pm, Blogger H said…

    Good luck!

  • At Thursday, May 04, 2006 9:36:00 pm, Blogger craziequeen said…

    I have absolutely no doubt you have passed.....

    'cos you is clever!



  • At Friday, May 05, 2006 1:30:00 pm, Blogger Vancouver Voyeur said…

    Congrats on surviving the exam. Having been through many law exams and a bar exam, I know the stress level that comes with it. But it sounds like you were in a good position to pass judging from your practice scores. What type of law are you studying or what type of degree do you hope to end up with?

  • At Friday, May 05, 2006 1:47:00 pm, Blogger Dave said…

    So it was well tricky then!

  • At Friday, May 05, 2006 2:27:00 pm, Blogger Juggling Mother said…

    thanks for the good wishes.

    Dave - It was harder than the mocks!

    VV - its pretend law:-) I'll theoretically be a paralegal at the end of the year, but a UK PL isn't the same as a US one - it's just someone who has done some training in law! It's basicaly a rvision course as i took Law A level, but an awful lot has changed in 15 years - especially sinc in that time we fully joined the EU & got billions of new European laws:-) Although my last assignment was all about the laws enshrined within the Magna carta - 1265!

    If I follow it through, I need to do the diploma next year, then the vocational exam, 2 years work experience, and I'll be a legal executive, then another couple of years & I can become a solicitor.

    Not sure how far I'll go atm. It's mostly for fun!?

  • At Friday, May 05, 2006 3:16:00 pm, Blogger debambam said…

    well done, i'm sure you did good!! LOL at finishing it so quickly! You know Mstr A is going to be the same right?!

  • At Friday, May 05, 2006 7:03:00 pm, Blogger Juggling Mother said…

    Thanks DeBB - the speed was more to do with my speed reading ability & experience in taking multiple choice exams than anything else. I mean once you've understood the question you either know which answer is right or not right. There's no point staring at it for 10 minutes, the answers won't change & nor will your knowledge!

    I spent all morning learning my main cases & latin phrases though - and they didn't ask me a single one! bastards!


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