Talking About the Exams

    Law students have some strange traditions.  One of those traditions is to try not to talk about the exam afterward.  The theory is that by talking about the exam, others will bring up issues you missed thereby bringing down your confidence and interfering with the exams that you still have to take. 
    The flaw in the theory is that it assumes one must get every available issue in order to score well on the exam.  That's simply not the case.
    If you do decide to talk about the exam, someone will bring up an issue or issues that you missed.  That’s guaranteed!  If you think that might bring you down, then by all means avoid post test discussions.