... will have to be an unknown for another 3 f'ing months. 3 months!
Of course, you know that it’s impossible to know until you get official results – and they won’t be released for another 3 f'ing months. But, I think I did passing (not well, you understand, merely passing) on the essays. There were 15 questions, and I think I knocked it out of the park on 2 of them (9s or 10s out of a possible 10). I think I did 6-8 on another 9 or 10 questions and I think I really blew it (2 or 3) on another couple. That leaves a couple for which I’ve no idea. On balance, passing – if barely (you need an average of 6.7 to pass each question). The morning session of the multi-state was almost easy. I knew the law in a vast majority of the questions and only just flat-out guessed in maybe 10 or so (and, of course, my “knowing” of the law will be wrong in another 10 or more). Nevertheless, I think I did very well on the morning session (keep in mind that I also thought I did well on my practice exams). The afternoon session -- not so much. It was a bitch. I had to reduce the choices to two possible and then pick in many questions (I’ve no idea how many, maybe 20 or 25). There were more than a handful that I was simply clueless about and the rest I “knew”. So, again, I think passing – on balance. (My Girl says that I'm an expert on passing, so she's confident; what does she know?)
Now, my big challenge is to NOT worry about it or dwell on it for the next 3 f’ing MONTHS and just enjoy my time off. Today, a spa day. I will indulge myself in a facial and a pedicure and having my hair highlighted. Tomorrow, we're off to visit my brilliant youngest in Kentucky and then from there to see my ailing mom (don't get me started on that; my heart can't take anymore) and finally on the return trip a visit to the Girl's dad (she came out to him last week and told him she'd be bringing her partner to meet him -- woohoo!) and back again to my youngest to help her celebrate her 21st birthday. It will be a very packed 2 week road trip. Expect posting to be very light.