The number one reason people get MBE questions wrong is because they miss the issue. Why do you miss the issue? Because you look for it in the answer choices. Don’t. The answer choices are not there to help you. In fact, three of those choices are there to distract you from the best one and … Continue reading The Magnificent MBE, part II: IRAc and Multiple Choice
In the next week or two you will take your simulated MBE. It’s ok if you haven’t done a ton of practice questions yet but do make sure to work in a few sets of each subject between now and then. Don’t focus on what you score you’ll get. That doesn’t matter. Instead, see this … Continue reading The Magnificent MBE, part I
Don't be this person: As soon as the bar exam is over, you can rent the movie or probably get it on demand or something. But right now you have to study. Sorry. Have a good weekend!
When I’m done with the bar exam I guess I will be free. Then I’ll spend significant time getting back to being me. I’m going to the Clinique counter to buy a Chubby stick. no more thoughts about the MBE 200 questions made me sick! I’m going to sip a latte and hang out at … Continue reading Bar Exam Bard: Bar Exam From the Woman Lawyer’s Perspective
Today’s post is about maintaining (or regaining) focus and motivation. It is the last full week of June, the halfway mark for bar study. This is a crucial week because it is easy to lose sight of the goal. You are studying all the time but your motivation and focus might be faltering a bit: … Continue reading Maintain (or regain) Motivation and Focus
Don't be this person: 1. Don't waste time making a sign, just explain to your family and friends that you're going to be busy during this time. 2. Don't waste time setting up your study area so you can take a picture. 3. Don't waste time on Twitter waiting to see how many re-tweets and favorites … Continue reading Failure Friday
Yesterday's post was about winning the battle of contradictions by embracing the E + R = O mindset. Here are some additional tips to help you address the stress: Re-work your study plan and get rid of busy work. Stop “actively reading” the bar company outlines as if they are novels. Outline books are encyclopedias and … Continue reading Address the Stress