This is the face of unbridled joy.
I promise I’ll stop with the alliterative “F” titles. It’s nice to be able to put another semester in the books, and spend some quality time with family and friends back home! It’s always surprising how fast the semester ends, and also how much you’re able to learn in 13 weeks. Learning is the fun part, and preparing for The Law School Exam is…well, the non-fun part. It’s important to realize that exam season is a marathon, not a sprint, and even though you don’t get a cool medal, it’s such a great feeling to cross the finish line and know that you’ve put your all into it.
If you had a slate of classes like I did, your exam prep probably looked like this…at a minimum:
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Coffee and candy. Two things I absolutely must have during finals. Luckily the Law Library supplies us with an endless supply of candy (and Whoppers, which really isn’t candy) at the front desk, and the cafeteria gives us free coffee.
Nobody wants Whoppers.
Rare full candy bowl siting!
The trick is not finishing either of these two things before you leave the library or dining hall (it’s really impossible, though). Sometimes you just have to be a little clever…
All I wanted was a Venti.