Wow, it is already November 1st! That means, for most of you, final exams are just about five to six weeks away. Because of this, it is time to buckle down and start preparing for exams. This month, we will be posting content about studying for closed book and open book exams, multiple choice tests, using attack plans, and getting the most out of your practice exams.
To get you started, here are some posts you can check out:
- 5 Study Tips for Kinesthetic Learners There are different study techniques you can use to comprehend information in a hands-on way. Let’s look at five ways to study that compliment your strength as a kinesthetic learner.
- 5 Study Tips for Auditory Learners It’s important to find ways to study in law school that compliments your learning style. Let’s look at five ways to study that compliment your strength as an auditory learner.
- 5 Study Tips for Visual Learners Being a visual learner is helpful in law school given the amount of reading and outlining that’s expected. Let’s look at five ways to study that compliment your strength as a visual learner.
- Flashcards or Flowcharts: What’s Best? Law students get lots of advice about study aids. Some people swear by flashcards, others by flowcharts. What’s best?
- Could You Explain This Concept to a 5-Year Old? Remember the key to understanding the law is keeping it simple.
- The Three Most Important Things You Can Do as Exams Approach What are the three most important things you can do as law school exams approach? Simplify, simplify, simplify.
- A Common Law Student Mistake: Spending Time Studying Material You Already Know When students are studying for multiple exams, students spend their time disproportionately on the class they either like the most or understand the best. Sadly, this is not the best approach!
- How Do You Know What’s Going to Be on the Exam? When you are looking at your outline sitting in front of you (and let’s face it, it may be very long and daunting) you start to ask yourself: What is going to be on this exam? Here are a few hints.
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