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As many of you know, I tutor people one-on-one for the California bar exam. I primarily work with repeat exam takers who are struggling with sitting for the exam for the second or third time.
Everyone wants to know the secret of what to do differently. One piece of the puzzle that I don’t think is often adequately discussed is the mental aspect of studying for the bar exam. And not just the mental aspect such as being incredibly stressed and crazy — but how you can mentally prepare yourself to sit for the exam.
Which is why I was really interested in Matt Racine’s book Bar Exam Mind: A Strategy Guide For An Anxiety-Free Bar Exam which I read for the first time last fall.