At this point in your career you are experienced at studying the law — and at taking law school exams. You have taken countless exams of all kinds, including essays and multiple choice.
So, thinking about your past academic history, is this part of getting ready for the bar? You bet! Take this example:
What if you are a student who just “got through” your first-year classes with low B’s and some C’s? You thought, “Huh, essay classes are just not for me.” So you sort of stopped taking essay exam classes and started taking classes with take-home exams and papers. And your GPA went up, so you were feeling good about things. Great! You are getting better at law school, right? Well, perhaps not. [Read more…] about Bar Study Tips: What Can Your Academic History Tell You About Studying for the Bar Exam?