Success in law school is almost entirely based on just a handful of tests at the end of each semester. The key to succeeding on those exams is to go in with a game plan.
Law School Exams: A Lawyerist Survival Guide is a final-exam game plan for law students — especially 1Ls facing their first exams or hoping for better grades on Spring exams. Ryder and Lenz, both magna cum laude law school graduates and adjunct law school faculty of the University of Minnesota Law School, walk you through winning the law school mind game, creating a study plan, and each type of exam you will face (closed-book, open-book, take-home, and final papers). They also show you how to avoid some common mistakes, like focusing too much on your weak classes.
If you go into your law school exams with a game plan, you stand a better chance of succeeding than if you just wing it. Law School Exams: A Lawyerist Survival Guide will help you get your mind right, create a game plan, and prepare for the types of tests you are most likely to face.
Here is a preview of the table of contents:
- Winning the Law School Mind Game
- How to Succeed on Law School Exams
- Creating a Plan for Finals
- Taking Your First Law School Exams
- Closed-Book Law School Exam Preparation Tips
- How to Succeed on Open-Book Law School Exams
- How to Succeed on Take-Home Law School Exams
- Clearly, the Answer is not “Obvious”
- 10 Steps To Writing a Great Law School Final Paper
Law School Exams: A Lawyerist Survival Guide is available for Kindle (both the device and the app) right now on Amazon for $9.99.