Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Weeks Left Bar Exam Prep Tips to Focus On

It’s crunch time. You are entering Phase III of bar exam prep. Your nerves may be up, and now it’s time to keep cool and keep practicing. With three weeks to go, many people start to get a little antsy about how well they’re going to do. This bar exam, which has been in the distance for quite some time now, becomes visible just beyond the horizon. It’s normal to get antsy. Don’t worry, it will subside. Just keep preparing and practicing, and remember these 5 tips Security+ certification.

You’ve put a lot of time in to this, and you’re more prepared than you may feel. Your last month of bar prep and years in law school have helped you get here. Don’t let a little feeling of nervousness derail you. You can do it. Know you can.

It’s really important to do practice exams right now. Think about it. When you are sitting there on bar exam day, will you be asked to write down all the rules of Con law? Will you be asked to outline an exam answer? No, you will be asked to analyze a fact pattern, and apply relevant law to the important facts in a lawyerly fashion. The best way to prepare for that moment is to practice it in real time at home. A famous person once said something like, “The victory goes to the person who spends the time alone in the dark recesses of his office, when no one else is watching or glorifying him.”

This is actually really important. You may have the address, but it’s a good idea to a) drive by the exam location around test time to get a feel for the traffic that will be there and b) know where you’re going to park. This is a bigger issue in some cities than it is in others. Try to do this once just to get it out of the way before bar exam day. You’ll feel a lot more comfortable knowing the environment. Put yourself in a position so your nerves don’t get rattled if something is slightly off on bar exam day.

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