Law School Final Exam Preparation Tip 3: Practice Exams

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You’re thinking, “I’m too busy to prepare for finals.” This may be true. But if you have some spare time on the weekends, a few hours can go a long way. If you feel ready to give your knowledge a trial run, start with a practice exam or two. This will test your understanding of the subject-matter and give you direction regarding the weak areas in your knowledge of the subject. Then fill in those gaps the most efficient way possible:

  • Ask the professor before or after class.
  • Ask another student.
  • Review a study aid.
  • Do a lesson on cali.org.
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Law School Final Exam Preparation Tip 2

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To master weak areas in your subject knowledge, consider doing the following:

  • Schedule a meeting with your professor
  • Get advice from another student
  • Re-read parts of the textbook sections
  • Consult a study aid
  • Do a lesson on cali.org.
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Law School Final Exam Preparation Tip 1

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A month before law school exams, here are some things students do to prepare:

  • Catch up on missed reading on the weekend.
  • Do a practice exam for each course.
  • Start preparing your outlines.
  • Master weak areas in your knowledge of subjects
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Study-Aids, Practice Exams, and More Online

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If you haven’t visited Findlaw, or if it’s been awhile, check out its great resources, including course outlines, study-aids, practice exams, job search information, and much more: Findlaw Law Student Resources.

You can also find a number of law outlines and practice exams here at TopLawStudent.

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