I didn't make trial advocacy board. I even appealed and still didn't make it. I know I didn't do a great job, but I really thought I did well enough to score on. Apparently not.
It's just one more thing making me rethink even being in law school. I thought I could justify my crappy grades by saying, hey, I make up for it in other ways, I'm good at other things. But the truth is, I'm just not good at anything. I've effectively failed at everything I've done so far. I didn't make TAB, or moot court, all the projects I've tried to accomplish for ILS have fallen through, including the study abroad. My grades are going to be terrible, if I even pass my classes at all, which will probably push me to the absolute bottom of the class. I'm up to my ears in debt, from school loans, and now all the medical bills, all because I didn't think through my choices. I can't even grow a baby without screwing it up. If I even make it through the rest of law school, and actually pass the bar, all of my original career goals are shot. I should have just stayed a secretary. Less debt, less opportunity for complete failure. Better health insurance.
I don't even know whether I should continue this semester, or just go ahead and withdraw.