Tuesday, November 14, 2017
About this time of year, former students who didn’t make the cut on the bar exam are starting to gear up to take the exam a second time. Joe Regalia has written a helpful article that should help comfort the bar failers and help them plan their study strategy. Here are his three big take-aways:
Frequently test yourself to see how many rules you can remember from each subject—without any crutches!
Create your own detailed schedule; don’t rely on the commercial bar services—and start practicing essays and MBE questions early and often.
Have a defined, step-by-step process for answering essays and attacking MBE questions.
You can read the full article here.