As another crop of law students ruin another beautiful summer studying for the bar exam, I thought I’d take a moment to pause to reflect upon the things I hated most about studying for the bar. I could go on for days, but for the sake of brevity I’ve narrowed it down to my top five. Feel free to leave your own. Misery loves company!
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As the bar exam nears, we know you’re not only looking at the best techniques for improving your score, but also ways to keep calm during crunch time. Today we have a guest post from Elena DuCharme, an attorney and performance coach who specializes in helping bar-takers achieve the right mindset to conquer the exam. You may remember Elena for her recent blog post about why mindset matters when studying for the bar exam. Today she will share with you two strategies to reduce stress and increase your bar exam score. Welcome back, Elena!
We know you are in the midst of bar exam crunch time and it’s often difficult to see beyond studying the law and practicing answers. But today we have a guest post from Elena DuCharme, an attorney and performance coach who specializes in helping bar-takers achieve the right mindset to conquer the exam. She’s here today to give you some tips to develop a confident mindset in the midst of a very anxiety-inducing period. Welcome, Elena!
If you are like so many others studying for the bar exam, you may be feeling stressed and anxious as the exam nears. Today we have a guest post from Kim Nicol who understands the pressure you are feeling and has some great suggestions for handling bar exam stress. Kim is a licensed attorney in California, and teaches people how to use stress relief, self-care and meditation to get through challenging times. Kim shares with you some tips on how to manage stress during bar exam crunch time. Welcome, Kim!
When I was studying for the bar exam, I had a few sets of friends who were part of a couple studying for the bar exam at the same time. I remember listening to folks talk about how challenging it is when two people are going through this experience together. Is this you? If so, I have some suggestions about how to handle the final weeks of bar prep together.