We don’t know where the time has gone, but it is already April and, for most law students, that means exams are just over a month away. We know you are frantically outlining, working on practice exams and finishing papers. This month our theme will be getting you ready for your law school exams.
To get you started, we have a few posts to help you work efficiently and effectively in these final weeks.
- Wondering What An Attack Plan Is?
- How to Turn Your Class Notes Into an Outline
- What Most Law Students Forget to Do: Think About the Material
- Flashcards or Flowcharts: What’s Best?
- Could You Explain This Concept to a 5-Year Old?
- The Three Most Important Things You Can Do as Exams Approach
- How Do You Know What’s Going to Be on the Exam?
Practice, Practice, Practice:
- Do You Need to Write Out Practice Exams?
- The Single Most Important Word in Any Law School Exam Answer
- How to Write a Law School Exam: Deal With the Ambiguity
- How to Organize Your Exam Answers.
More to come, so stay tuned.
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