It is on page 30 and it is called “7 Things I wish I’d known before taking the bar exam”
It goes through seven tips that I find extremely useful for law students in their second or third year, as well as people taking the bar exam for the first time.
You can also view the print publication online here.
A summary of tips in the National Jurist Article are below, but we recommend you read the full article at the link above.
Summary of the Article: 7 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Taking the Bar Exam:
- Use the study techniques that work for you. (We explain how to decipher this if you are still in law school)
- Remember that the bar exam is not a law school exam. Thus, you need to approach it differently and can’t treat it like a law school exam.
- Use the best MBE questions when you practice. These are NOT the same things as Barbri or Kaplan questions. The best MBE questions are actual released MBE questions.
- Keep your anxiety in check. (We tell you how)
- Accept that you have to memorize the law.
- Take the right classes in law school (the ones that will help you on the bar exam!)
- Complete the MPRE and/or other graduation requirements early!
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