Tags: Bar Exam, exam tips
From a post on the Volokh Conspiracy entitled More on Reducing the Pain of Taking the Bar Exam: “In the original post, I argued that many students spend too much time preparing for the bar exam and attending prep courses. Since the exam is primarily a test of memorization, many people can pass simply by studying the books at home, and taking practice tests (which is what I did myself, and I know quite a few other people who successfully did the same thing).” You can read more about the post here.
Tags: exam resources, exam tips, first year exams
Law School Outlines, Exams, Tools & Tips – 1L, 2L, 3L & Pre-Law is a great blog for general information about getting through law classes, readings and exams at any level.
Suffolk University Law School offers some relaxation techniques for those stressful times.
Study Guides and Strategies online helps one through test taking anxiety, from preparation for the test to reviewing your performance after the test.
Also, don’t forget the library! Here are a couple books that may help you as well:
The Eight Secrets of Top Exam Performance in Law school : an Easy-To-Use, Step-By-Step Program for Achieving Great Grades! (Charles H. Whitebread.): On reserve at KF283 .W48 2003.
Write the “A” Law Exam Answer (Betty Brody)
KF285 .Z9 B76 1988
Introduction to Law Study and Law Examinations in a Nutshell, with illustrative problems and answers (Stanley V. Kinyon).
Good luck everyone!