Acing the Bar Exam provides candidates with a complete guide to the bar exam - from pre-planning considerations through bar review and sitting for the exam. It features comprehensive coverage of the Uniform Bar Exam, including an explanation of each component and how to prepare for it. Every aspect of the process is explained in detail and by example.
Mental toughness; Bar exam tests your ability to think under pressure; What is mental toughness?; Biggest obstacle to mental toughness : unmanaged stress and worry; Mental toughness requires physical, psychological, and intellectual endurance; Strengthening physical endurance; Body's key role in overall endurance; Strengthening psychological endurance; Identifying your thoughts; Changing your thoughts; Relating to your environment; Strengthening intellectual endurance; Plan your study period; Improve your essay writing skills; Improve your multiple-choice skills; Improve your performance test skills.
This ground-breaking book for the law student is not just about passing a test: it is about changing identity, moving from student to professional, and assuming your role as an ethical leader in a complex legal world. You'll find priceless information on: Reducing Distractions, Increasing Focus, and Managing Time Getting and Using Quality Help Practice MBEs, Essays, and Performance tests The Transition from Student to Professional
Pass the Bar! provides a comprehensive overview of the pre-bar review, bar review, and bar exam process. The authors demystify the bar exam process and take readers through the steps they need in order to succeed.Readers are given specific checklists, exercises, reflection questions; information about what to do during the year before their bar reviews begin; how to set the stage to succeed with their bar exams; how to study and approach practice questions; sample exam questions, and answers; and what additional study methods can maximize their chances of passing their bar exams.
This Short & Happy Guide provides students with the essential concepts and overarching themes that are most frequently tested on the MPRE. The Guide covers the rules of professional responsibility giving students the best introduction they can have as they begin their exam preparation.
MBE: Beginning Your Campaign To Pass The Bar Exam explains how to think about organizing, learning and applying the vast amount of material bar exam candidates must know in order to pass the bar exam. Features: Teaches bar exam strategy Analogizes studying for the bar exam to running for President by explaining the relative worth of the categories of law tested. Explains the best way to learn for the bar exam is through wrong answers by learning from mistakes in the context of fact patterns rather than from substantive outlines or videos. Offers approaches to organize the law for efficient study. Highlights common errors at-risk bar exam candidates make. Explains how one may simultaneously prepare for the MBE and state essay questions. Active Learning Exercises Explains concept of actively engaging with fact patterns and provides numerous application exercises. Teaches students how to solve problems by focusing on at least one highly tested category in each MBE subject. Detailed Examples & Explanations Teaches students how to make the best use of practice questions. Provides drills designed to systematically improve test-taking skills.