With finals fast approaching, it’s time for you to come up with a plan for how you are going to attack each one of your finals. Taking it one day at a time might seem like a good idea, but a little planning can go a long way.
One of my favorite websites, Lawyerist.com offers some great advice.
How scary are closed-book exams? Nothing can be more nerve-racking! But there are a few tips that will help you make it through.
Visit Lawyerist.com's Closed Book Exam post for a detailed explanation of each tip.
Oh, the silent "woo-hoo" associated with the announcement that the final will be open-book! Of course, the word "woo-hoo" is the sound of false confidence. To avoid this trap, it is suggested that you study as if it were a closed-book exam.
Details are at Lawyerist.com’s post, Closed Book Law School Exam Preparation Tips.
For each "woo-hoo" associated with open-book finals, there's the moan of a take-home. Take-home finals are tough. The key is going to be time management. Here are some tips that might help you out.
Yes, these seem pretty vague. But Lawyerist.com goes into great depth when it comes to succeeding on take-home finals.
My personal advice? Take time out for yourself, get your rest and eat well. Stress is going to be your biggest enemy.
W. Blake Wilson, Head of Instructional & Research Services, Wheat Law Library
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