If you are studying for the July 2021 exam, you are likely in your early weeks of studying. You might already be navigating moments of panic in your study schedule. You have loads of time to learn everything you need to conquer the bar exam! But the intensity of the stress and panic during your bar preparation ebbs and flows, and at times it can be overwhelming. So here are some healthy habits and routines that may help in these crucial moments. Also, check out Seven Do-able Strategies for Staying Healthy During Bar Exam Prep. [Read more…] about Healthy Habits for Bar Preparation
You finished law school, graduated, and are ready to start your career, right? Unfortunately no, you are now entering one of the most dreadful periods of time in a law student’s career: bar prep. This is when your life comes to a halt and you become a studying hermit in order to pass the bar exam. So how exactly do you get yourself ready for the bar exam and successfully pass? Fortunately for you, I have navigated the treacherous fields of bar prep and victoriously passed the bar exam! In order to make your life easier in preparing for the bar, I have curated a list of things that I did to help me get prepared for the bar exam. Here are ten things for you to do to get yourself ready. I hope that this list helps you feel equipped for success on the bar exam! [Read more…] about Bar Exam Top 10 – 10 Things to do to Get Yourself Ready for the Bar Exam
Another graduation season is upon us and much like the 2020 graduates who accepted their virtual diplomas via Zoom, the 2021 graduates are an exemplary assembly of students who have had the tenacity to make it through a very difficult curriculum in the midst of a pandemic.
If you’re a 2021 law school graduate, congratulations! Your resilience has not gone unnoticed, but please remember you are human, and your resilience can burn out.
Therefore, the purpose of this post is to give you a gentle reminder that breaks are essential to rebuild your strength, and that you should absolutely take one between your graduation and the start of bar prep season.
Still need some convincing? Here, are three reasons why you should take a break between graduation and bar prep. [Read more…] about Three Reasons You Should Take a Break Between Graduation and Bar Prep
There are countless study plans out there, sharing tips, tricks, and study techniques for how to master material in ten weeks leading up the bar exam. But what I really needed when I was studying was a list of things NOT to do.
Picture it: You’re stuck in your apartment. Bar study is wearing on and on. You’re feeling bored and yet simultaneously overwhelmed. You can’t go socialize due to Coronavirus restrictions. You’re running out of money, time and patience. Worse yet, you suddenly get the urge to throw all the time you don’t have into a new project.
If you really need to buckle down and study, you might find yourself having thoughts like these: [Read more…] about How to Avoid Distractions During Bar Study
You finished law school and spent months studying and stressing over the bar exam. You suffered through the two or three day exam and waited patiently for results to come in. When you looked at the list of individuals who passed, you could not find your seat number anywhere. Unfortunately, you knew what this meant – you failed the bar exam. So, what should you do? What are some tips for retaking the exam? Should you give up your dreams and forget the bar exam? In order to help you through this difficult time, I have answered some questions that you may be asking regarding failing and retaking the bar exam. Hopefully these answers will provide you some guidance and encouragement during this disheartening experience. [Read more…] about Your Frequently Asked Questions Answered: Failing and Retaking the Bar Exam