Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast! In today’s episode, we share some tips that will help you be successful on your mid-term law school exams. Remember, this is a learning experience, so it’s normal not to do things perfectly. But prepare for mid-terms well, and you’ll be able to apply what you’ve learned later, when it matters more.
In this episode we discuss:
- More and more professors are giving mid-term exams. Why is that a good thing?
- How to do synthesis
- Making a pre-writing outline
- Practicing the IRAC structure
- Finding the learning style that works best for you
- How to approach multiple-choice questions
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- Podcast Episode 117: Surviving Law School Midterms
- Podcast Episode 264: Mid-Semester Check-in in a Virtual Law School Environment
- Podcast Episode 196: Memorization Techniques for Law Students
- Podcast Episode 16: Study Strategies for Different Learning Styles in Law School
- Podcast Episode 144: Tips for Auditory Learners
- Podcast Episode 145: Tips for Kinesthetic Learners
- Podcast Episode 146: Tips for Visual Learners
- Podcast Episode 65: How to Make a Useful Law School Outline
- What Your Law School Midterms Can Tell You
- Common Mid-Semester Struggles and What to Do about Them
- Tackling Outlining Mid-Semester
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