I am currently in London staying with D and his family. It is true that staying here is much nicer than my dorm room in Cambridge: the space is larger and brighter, I get fed (this is very important), and the office and the bedroom are separate (as studying and sleeping in the same room becomes too much sometimes).
I still feel like I am in a planning phase of revisions. I started to revise tort, land, contract and constitutional: i.e. every paper except for international. Somehow, I think I will be ok with most topics except for tort. It is bizarre how most of my college mates find tort easiest yet it seems most difficult to me.
Anyways, there is much to plan / review / and study. I am not sure how they figured out which topics to go on each syllabus for each paper. It just seems that the amount of information the faculty envisioned for students to put in the brain after 8 wks of lectures is disproportionate.
However, I will not surrender. I will conquer. I will enjoy the study - well at least I will try.