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boosiebadazz
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


No, I know. I'm just messing with HH.

The multiple choice were 5 points. The Code subjects were weighted at 1.2. 1.2 x 5= 6.

Literally one more multiple choice question. I can do nothing but laugh at that.






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hendersonshands
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


Damn, frick that noise. That's insane.





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SabiDojo
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


That's crazy. You will take care of business.





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Ace Midnight
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


Boos - I remember "conditioning" (which is a nice way of saying you failed, but almost passed - ) - and I was pretty bitter about it. Because of the conditioning process, however, it WAS in fact, much better to condition than "outright" fail, because it cut the the number of sections from 9 down to 3 (in my case).

Good luck on the retest (February?)...



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boosiebadazz
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


My bosses were incredibly cool about it, too.

It sucks for the embarrassment and then just getting back up on the horse to study.

But you're right in that this won't matter much in the long term.






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boosiebadazz
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


Yeah, my bosses told me their war stories about conditioning and whatnot back in the day.

I am still trying to wrap my head around the one more multiple choice question...

That's some cosmic comedy right there.






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Ace Midnight
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


quote:

I am still trying to wrap my head around the one more multiple choice question...

That's some cosmic comedy right there.


Yeah - we didn't have "multiple choice" questions back in the olden times, in the long, long ago.

At least you have a great story to tell - if you choose to tell it going forward.






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boosiebadazz
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


It'll let me comfort some other young attorney who fails one day.

A little adversity never hurt anyone.

I'll lick my wounds and continue on.






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I Love Bama
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


Good attitude. You'll get it next time.





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SabiDojo
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


quote:

A little adversity never hurt anyone.


Great attitude. I look forward to welcoming you into the profession.






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Rebel
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


After you pass it, I'm gonna get chicken to change your handle to Boozie6pointz.







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IonaTiger
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


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It'll let me comfort some other young attorney who fails one day.


Good for you boosie. I've done the same. As I said in an earlier post in this thread, I didn't pass the entire Virginia exam the first time out. While it slowed my admission some, it never affected my practice or the honors I have been fortunate enough to have received over the years.

Hang in there.






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boosiebadazz
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


I've been in a pretty shitty mood (obviously), but seeing the detailed score and doing the math has made it somewhat more palatable.

It still is going to suck when I don't get sworn in with my friends, but it's not like I failed miserably and this is something I maybe cannot do.

One. fricking. Question. Jesus.






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boosiebadazz
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


Thanks





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supatigah
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


You'll get'em next time champ





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rmc
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


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One. Question. Jesus.


Man that sucks. Good luck on the next one.






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Womski
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


6 points holy shite. That's one question.

A buddy of mine just passed AR bar by 1 point.






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Carson123987
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


quote:

1.2. 1.2 x 5= 6.


damn






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Womski
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left


To the old timers who didn't have MC, consider yourself lucky.

They will frick you over much faster than an essay. I despise them, and was certain I failed on account of them alone.

Boosie would have passed with essay alone.

frick it. They can't take your law degree from you.






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Fishwater
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I'm wondering in five to ten years, how the Louisiana legal job field will be. A local judge (who I assume has his facts straight) told me 50% of La's lawyers are 60 years old+. Is this true? That, along with the more difficult bar could make Louisiana ripe for the legal profession.

I also found this post interesting. Says Louisiana has only had a 13% increase in lawyers in the past 10 years while Alabama has had a whopping 47% increase in the number. Why so many for Alabama?






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