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Prepare for Exams – Debunk Studying Myths

Are you nervous about upcoming exams? Perhaps you should get to studying. Lawsagna has a great post on myths about studying.

My favorite myth listed is “I’ll study every awaking hour to outperform the competition.” A lot of students (especially 1L’s) think they need to study for days on end to have a chance at passing. In reality, you can probably study far less and still do quite well on exams.

One technique you might try is to get your outlines ready ahead of time. Then only study for a day or two before each exam. This provides some time to get things into your head, but not so much time that you get burnt out. Nobody wants to be burned out before three hours of furious typing, right?

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2 Responses to “Prepare for Exams – Debunk Studying Myths”

  1. [...] Andrew debunks study myths and teaches how intentional manifestation can help you conquer law school [...]

  2. Ida
    May 28th, 2009

    Are there any former VA State Bar examiners who provide one on one tutoring for the VA Essay portion of the bar. Help needed Asap.

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