For most students taking a commercial bar review course, your lectures just finished up and you are now looking at how to handle the next few weeks of study. This is the critical part of bar prep because now you are committing the law to memory, creating attack plans, and doing the all-important practice that is required to be successful on exam day.
I am getting a steady stream of requests for help on putting together a study schedule—so many that I wrote a post on it last week on Solo Practice University’s Blog 10 Tips for a Rock Star Final Weeks Bar Exam Study Schedule.
Keeping all of these tips in mind should help you build a study schedule that works for you. Any other tips? Please, include them in the comments.
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