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As the test gets closer, I want to assure you that you are not alone in this jourrney. I am available for you 24/7 (seriously)!! I do not have children at home and my husband is an attorney, so he also understands what you're going through. Pegi
Congratulations on finishing the final hurdle! You are all very talented and will make wonderful attorneys!! Keep in touch, Dean Cordell
I know you are sick of hearing from me, but I just wanted to remind you to please turn in your PMBR receipt and check request to receive the $250 reimbursement for the combo course. I hope that most of you are celebrating with family, vacationing or doing something fun. I think I gave everyone a July 31 deadline, but anytime next week will be fine too.
Bar takers: You are one-half way finished. Rest tonight and celebrate tomorrow night.
Tomorrow is the big day! I wish each of you the best of luck. Tonight make sure your cars have gas, you have sharpened pencils, & you have money for parking. You don't want to have to do last-minute things in the morning. Hopefully you have done a test run to the Civic Center. If you get lost or your car won't start or anything unforseen happens, call me and I will help you. (918) 857-5683. Pegi
If you are participating in lunch for tomorrow and Wednesday, the Tulsa County Courthouse is just to the east of the Convention Center. The attorneys’ lounge is on the 7th floor. We will be there at 11:45 to greet you as you come over!
Tomorrow should be a day of calm. Do not study - you bare all ready. Get plenty of sleep, eat well, exercise, and go to bed early. Do a test drive to the convention center- plan for orange cones and construction.
Hope everyone finds some relaxation this weekend. Next week will be very emotionally and physically draining....but you are ready for it. Three and a half days and this will be over. It will be worth all of your hard work. Best wishes to everyone!!!
YOU CAN DO IT!!!! WE HAVE FAITH IN YOU!!!!!
Today is the deadline for rsvp-ing for the bar lunches on Tuesday and Wednesday next week in the Tulsa County Courthouse. Please let us know if you would like to participate if you haven't done so! Thanks!
To all of you stressed-out future lawyers: Try to find at least one fun, relaxing, mindless activity this weekend. For example, Friday before the bar, I went to my grandson's birtday party at Bounce U and played with the kids like a kid -- a GREAT stress reliever. Also be sure to get plenty of rest and eat healthy food.
22 Things you need to Memorize
33 Survival Tips for the Bar Exam
I have posted two notes for you all: 33 survival tips and 22 things you need to memorize. They are in notes!! Hang in there!!
The College of Law will be hosting lunch for the TU bar takers at the Tulsa County Courthouse on each day of the exam. Come join us! Please rsvp to me or Peggy by July 20. Tuesday will be Subway and Wednesday will be pizza/salad.
Remember it's important to eat right and get enough sleep these last couple of weeks. It's almost over....and all your studying will be worth the effort
This is just a reminder that Professor Spoo will conduct bar review sessions on the following subjects at the following times: Thursday, July 14: Tulsa County Bar Center – Contracts – 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday, July 18: Tulsa County Bar Center – Con Law II – 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 19: Tulsa County Bar Center – DET – 2:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Please come even if you have not RSVP’d.
Hello As you make your final preparations, I wanted to pass along some words of advice and encouragement. This has been the toughest summer of your life, and the payoff is near. Please see the attached and look not only to the approaches for the subjects, but also at the Rules of Thumb. These will be guiding principles on the exam. Remember, you got this thing! I wish you the very best of luck. Chris
Note from Chris Fromm
From Prof Ducey: This weekend, July 9th & 10th, construction workers jack hammering both Saturday and Sunday. The noise will be especially loud in the lower level of the MLIC. Also unavoidable odors from a staining job. Workers are trying to get the bulk of the very noisy and smelly work done over this weekend, so disruption won't continue for long.
FREE FOOD!!!!! TU is providing lunch on bar exam days. You will receive emails with further info.