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Staying sane while studying for the bar exam is a necessary skill. Try avoiding a nervous breakdown while comprehending the rule against perpetuities at three in the morning, knowing that there is another practice test tomorrow that Barbri will tell you you’ve failed in its sociopathic plot to force you to study harder.

Each of us copes with this hell in our own ways. We find distractions, little things to prevent ourselves from burning out. Over the two months studying for the bar exam, some of us find new hobbies, passions, and discover great TV shows on Netflix.

In case you have not selected your bar exam distraction yet, here are some suggestions.

Featured image: “Exhausted student fall asleep with a textbook on his face” from Shutterstock.

One response to “Performance-Enhancing Bar Study Distractions”

  1. qning says:

    I thought this was about Performance-Enhancing Bars.

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