Just checking in to say, I'm aliiiveeeee! I'm done.
To preempt any questions:
I feel okay about it.
Which is better than panicky, in my book. Plus, after hearing people FREAKING OUT about the first day's essays choices... I think I'm on an equal playing field. Although, for the record, I didn't feel THAT bad. Maybe I should've, who knows. Multiple choice (yesterday) is always a crapshoot. If all or even half the ones I was "iffy" between 2 answers on went my way, we're doing good. If not? I still may be okay. Hard to tell. All I do know is it's about to be the longest 2 and a half months of my life waiting for results. Torture, I tell you.
BUT as my uncle, aunt, and countless others said, you can't change it now, and worrying certainly won't change the outcome OR any of your answers. So, here's hoping it's good enough.
At least nobody in our testing center had a seizure... and bled all over... and at least the power didn't go out. Yeah, real life horror stories from the bar exam. Read about that HERE.
Although, I did hear that due to the heavy rainfall on Tuesday there was a leak in the roof, and after the exam started, water started dripping on some dude and his computer. He told a proctor, and the proctor allegedly told him since we'd started, he couldn't get up and move. I also heard someone barfed.
OH and here's another good bit: during our instructions, they warn you that if they catch you with a phone that you forgot to leave in your car, and you fail to turn it over to the proctors, it will be deemed an attempt to cheat and they'd confiscate it and.. wait for it.. send it in for forensic analysis. They don't mess.
I am now off to Virginia for 4 days to see my best friend for the first time since January. Pretty excited! ANNDD I'm even charging my camera.. so I'll have actual PHOTOS guys! exciting stuff, I tell you what.
Thanks for all the well wishes! Hopefully they won't be needed again in February. woof.