In this fifth audio blog, I read an older post entitled, “Bar Exam Essay Advice.”
I also tell you how you can get a copy of my editable MBE outlines (a $27 value) for FREE. (You can also read about the offer on my main blog.) To get the free outlines, you must act by midnight on May 17, 2014.
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This is the first of what are likely to be many audio blogs. Basically, an audio blog is just me reading a blog post that I did.
I plan to select only the most useful posts to turn in to audio blogs. This way, if you aren’t able to check the Bar Exam Mind blog often, you will still get the best content via your podcast subscription.
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I discuss what to do in the final few days before the bar exam, how to decrease any anxiety you might be feeling, and offer you a couple of stories about how luck helped some people pass the bar exam. Never underestimate the power of luck or fortune!
In this episode of the Bar Exam Mind podcast, I ask you to relive your first semester of law school. Seriously, my intentions are good.
If you reflect on your first semester of law school, it will help you understand how to approach the bar exam because the bar exam is, in many ways, law school in a miniature and time-compressed form.
You begin law school confused and overwhelmed, but you eventually learn how to approach your classes, learn the material, and pass the tests. In fact, for many people, law school becomes boring near the end.
As I discuss in this episode, studying for the bar exam takes you through analogous stages.