After years of reading and studying and writing and worrying, being humiliatedin class and paying for the privilege of it, a friend last week facedhour after agonizing hour of being tested on what she’d learned.

One of 1,300 law school graduates hoping years spent preparing to practicelaw would not be for naught, she pored over multiple choice, essay andperformance test questions for 12 hours over two days.

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