The Essential Rules for Bar Exam Success

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Thomson/West, 2008 - Study Aids - 229 pages
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A long-time professor and bar lecturer, Prof. Friedland has spent years assisting bar takers in Florida and other states, including many who failed the exam multiple times. In the process, he devised a method for teaching students to pass the bar that is easy to learn and implement. It is this method he and Mr. Shapiro share with you in this book.



You will learn how to:



- Dissect any Multistate question,



- Study actively rather than passively,



- Think, read, and write critically,



- Make the most of the weeks before the Bar,



- Prepare, attack, and even endure the bar exam on test day,



- Cope with pressure, and



- Choose study partners that will help, not hinder, your studying.



Rely on the experts and learn the essential rules for Bar Exam success so you can pass the first time.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
FAMILIARITY WITH THE BAR EXAM
7
COMMON MISTAKES BAR TAKERS MAKE
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