Posts tagged "exams"

Law School Exams: A Lawyering Survival Guide

Law School Exams: A Lawyerist Survival Guide

In a new Lawyerist eBook, Law School Exams: A Lawyerist Survival Guide, Randall and Nena walk you through their process for preparing for final exams and taking open- and closed-book exams, take-home exams, and even final papers.

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Considering Law School? Here’s What Torts is Like

Law professors and bloggers Eugene and Sasha Volokh have posted torts exams at The Volokh Conspiracy for fun. Torts, if you are thinking about going to law school, is pretty much a microcosm of what law school is all about. You study for an entire semester only to spend 3+ hours so that you can […]

Law School Exam To Do List

Every law student can improve their chances on test day by following some of these basic tips.

1Ls Should Focus Only on Exams

1Ls should focus exclusively on exam success, and the only exception should be on completing other required work.

The Bar Exam Sucks, But Your Life Doesn’t Have to When It’s Over

There is no denying it: the bar exam sucks. We don’t have to let this soul-sucking test continue to control our lives after it’s said and done.

Ace Your Take Home Final

How law students can succeed on their take home finals.

The Law School Grades Letdown (or Occasional Pleasant Surprise)

Dealing with the emotional rollercoaster of the end-of-term final grade reports can be can be as difficult as the exams themselves.

How to Channel Your Professor

Increase your chances of success on law school exams by learning to "channel your professor." At the most basic level, this simply means that you should write for your audience, i.e., your professor.

Outlining Software for Law Students

As a first-year law student, one of the most frustrating aspects of law school is how to structure class outlines in preparation for finals. I switched from using a typical Microsoft Word document to Outliner 4.0 software for taking notes, which has been an immense time-saver.

Clearly, the Answer is not “Obvious”

Do not insult your professors by pretending the answers are "clear," obvious," or other meaningless words.

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10 Steps To Writing a Great Law School Final Paper

How to write a great law school final paper. Tips for law students to succeed at final exams.

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How to Succeed on Take-Home Law School Exams

Tips for how to succeed on take home law school final exams.

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How to Succeed on Open Book Law School Exams

Tips for law school open book final exams. Advice for law students studying for finals.

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Closed Book Law School Exam Preparation Tips

Tips for succeeding on closed-book law school exams, from our Exam Week series of advice.

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Winning the Law School Mind Game

The key to preparing for law school finals is to learn how to play the law school mind game.