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As it happens...

...I was too busy panicking about my 313 assignment (which I actually did manage to finish, two days late) to panic about my LSAT. This will turn out to be a good thing, because unless I was deluding myself completely, I did very, very well on the LSAT - I'm only remotely worried about the writing sample (which wasn't scored, but will be distributed to any law schools I apply to) and the logic puzzles section (which I didn't quite manage to finish - got 20 of 22 questions done.).

If only the class wasn't nearly over. Having it as a bogeyman to make everything else seem better is actually a workable strategy.

Information for those who care (Andy, Nathan, whoever else I'm missing that feels like showing up): the CS department end of term party is on Friday - it includes, apparently, an Xbox tournament and a LAN party. I will pass along more details such as times as they come to me.

Now, back to work. This next 313 assignment and my 324 assignment are my last bits of homework this term. After they go in I don't even have to show up until Monday. :)

-D.

Comments

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(Anonymous)
Dec. 6th, 2005 04:00 am (UTC)
If you feel the worst part of the LSAT for you was the writing sample, I think it's safe to say that you slam-fucking-dunked that one, leaving it brused, beaten, and weeping sadly on the exam room floor. Nice going, C. Seriously.

-Nathan
paleshadow
Dec. 6th, 2005 09:02 pm (UTC)
I still may not be able to defend you in the inevitable war crimes trial, so be careful.

:P
evilgetyours
Dec. 6th, 2005 04:25 am (UTC)
Nathan couldn't have put it better. Well done.

Logic is keen, but bloody hard. I think you have reason to celebrate. Hopefully you had some time this weekend. :)
paleshadow
Dec. 6th, 2005 09:03 pm (UTC)
*snerk* I refuse to comment.

-D.
rumor_esq
Dec. 6th, 2005 08:32 pm (UTC)
Yeah, you'll have done fine. Getting into (Canadian) law schools is very easy; you don't have anything to worry about. And your LSAT scores don't matter after that (I never once got the opportunity to mention that I scored in the 98th percentile - oh, but put your high score on your job applications. They will notice. And yeah, I have no illusions about what your score will be.).
skloak
Dec. 6th, 2005 09:06 pm (UTC)
Where've you been, mister? I can't say happy birthday if you're not there, and now it's a little late. Shame on you.
rumor_esq
Dec. 8th, 2005 12:02 am (UTC)
In Saskatchewan. I guess I forgot to mention that to anyone on irc, or in my LJ. So, uh... I'll be here until Monday.

But you just said happy birthday, so all's well!

Cheers. :P

skloak
Dec. 8th, 2005 12:37 am (UTC)
Naughty, naughty boy.

I was at a party with alcoholic chocolate pudding. Just imagine what you missed.
paleshadow
Dec. 6th, 2005 09:08 pm (UTC)
As it hapopens, I'm not sure whether I'll end up going to a Canadian or an American law school, so....bleh. If it wasn't too late to apply anywhere in Ontario, the decision would be easier, but it is looking less and less like I'll be staying in Edmonton after I graduate, in any case. There is far too much right now pulling me eastward. Even if there wasn't, Vancouver is bloody tempting.

I may just take a year off and work and try to regain my sanity before going back to school. This whole process has taken a fair bit out of me.

-D.
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