Hearing the word “exams” being thrown around is enough to create fear and loathing in the minds of all law students. Add to that other words like “closed-book” and “80% weighting” then you have yourself the perfect recipe for a horror movie. There’s no denying that exam season is stressful – but it’s also manageable with these tips to help yo...
During these frantic weeks before exams, everything that doesn’t directly relate to trying to understand hearsay or the Tasmanian Dam case goes out the window. Although making the effort to eat properly may take you away from the books for a few extra minutes, it will certainly reward you with greater concentration and improved memory.
The first thing we all noticed about law school was the readings: hundreds of pages that take hours to get through each week. What if you could dramatically increase your reading speed and have more time to watch bad reality TV each night?
When exam panic sets in, you might find yourself feeling a bit uncertain about how you should study or what you should do in the actual test. Here are some dos and don'ts to help make this exam season a less stressful one.
Although law students have a knack for legal things, our real talent is procrastination. We put things off until tomorrow, and if we can avoid doing something altogether, even better. Here are a few tips for beating procrastination.