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Finally! The last of exams is done. I cannot tell you how this makes me feel. Other than to say that two pints of Newcastle Brown Ale on a stomach only filled with half a bagel and some cream cheese is a bad idea.

You will get more updates later, probably as I'm procrastinating doing any work during 'writing week.' But suffice it to say that whatever my grades may come out, I'm just bloody happy it's over.


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Wow - you can get Nukey Brown in the US now ? Oh... and congratulations on finishing !
well done! mine don't start till the 26th - I am soooo jealous!
Mine ended today; I find I'm simultaneously relieved and don't know what to do with myself.
We've had Newcastle Brown in the US for years and years. I would recommend some of the superior (if only because they use brown bottles and don't have to contend with long shipping times) local alternatives: Goose Island Hexnut Brown (amazing) and Bell's Best Brown (pretty good). You may not be able to get those on the east coast, though. And congrats on finishing exams! Do you find that there is a tremendous feeling of relief after the first one is done? Same thing happens to me every semester, after the first exam is finished, my stress level goes down.
There may be nicer beers out there, but for the truly smashed after exams feeling you need a bottle of dog everytime. Gan canny wor kid. (as they might say in my part of the world)
I understand how tough exams can be, along with other stuff we have going on. I have found that the best way to deal with these kinds of issues is to get good study guides. I have used Reed's Study material. I do not have a lot of time to make a detailed outline for all my classes and get every single point, so I got materilas from Reed. The website is passyourbar.com.
I understand completely about exams. I found that the best way to deal with getting ready for exams is to make sure you have good study guides. It is almost impossible to get an outline ready with every single point that you need to know. I found the best outlines to be Reed's outlines. The website is passyourbar.com. These materials really helped me get through exams and learn the law.

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