Originally Posted by bailey
Well, there I am. Next monday, my exams to become a counselor-at-law (attorney) will finally begin. I'll start with a 8.5 hours long written exam and I will have exams until the beginning of mai. It was a long long road until now and the past 6 months, I was learning like crazy and my social life has been neclected for the past 2 years now, because I had to work 100% as a trainee, going to University over lunch time and in the evenings and do preparings on the week-ends.... (and all this after having finished law school (which took me another 4.5 years (and that's not because I spent too much time on WTAWorld; it just takes so long in Switzerland))
So, I feel quite a pressure right now and thought, maybe some international fingercrossing could possibly help... (this is my first egoistic thread, btw
I wish you great fortune bailey.
Sounds to me like you've already invested enough time and effort to practically guarantee success. The best you can do at this point is relax and enjoy the ride to the finish line.
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