But when you are in law school, procrastination can cause serious problems.
Why is Procrastination Such an Issue in Law School?
Law school is a marathon — not a sprint. It takes hard work and discipline to study daily (and to take much needed breaks) and generally you are the only one setting up the study schedule. The only accountability is the test looming far in the future.
If you have a tendency to procrastinate, this is a recipe for disaster that can lead to disappointing exam results. Why?