With your first semester of law school behind you, it can be easy to forget to reflect and reevaluate your performance in the Fall semester. Critical self-evaluation is not easy, but it is essential to success in law school. However, most grades are not released to students until mid to late January, which further complicates the ability of students to find time to review. Additionally, the intensity of law school increases substantially in your second semester, and it is easy to get bogged down keeping up with your current assignments. Do not fall for this trap! [Read more…] about Reflecting on Finals and Moving Forward
“Where can I find practice multiple choice questions?” is the single most asked question I receive by students preparing for their exams.
It seems rare for law schools to provide vast resources of practice multiple choice questions for students, and this can cause unnecessary stress and pressure on students when preparing for their exams. Oddly, this is despite the fact there is an increased importance on your MBE score to pass the bar exam. Although finding quality multiple choice questions for 1L and 2L classes is increasingly difficult, the importance of mastering multiple choice test taking skills has never been higher. [Read more…] about Choosing Your Own Adventure to Prepare for Multiple Choice Exams
Even though Halloween is over, you may be spooked with your final exams rapidly approaching. However, as long as you create an effective final exam study schedule, there is no reason to panic. Although law school can be overwhelming, creating a precise final exam schedule is relatively simple and will help you maintain focus as exams approach.
Before planning, there are a few basic details about your classes and schedule that you need will need to plan for. Specific to a finals schedule, first consider the following questions: [Read more…] about Creating a Final Exam Study Schedule