In law school, grades are often determined by a single test: the final exam. Getting good grades in law school therefore depends on just a handful of tests at the end of each semester.
Obviously, it makes sense to put your best efforts into these exams.
Randall Ryder and Nena Lenz advocate taking a deliberate approach to final exams, and in a new Lawyerist eBook, Law School Exams: A Lawyerist Survival Guide, they walk you through their process for preparing for final exams and taking open- and closed-book exams, take-home exams, and even final papers.
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.