Interleaving: why your bar exam study schedule has you doing several subjects & tasks a day

It’s a given that skill development requires practice and it seems logical that the best way to do this is to practice one skill at a time (“blocking”). Blocking is when you repeatedly practice a skill/concept until you are proficient, and then move on to the next skill/concept. So why does a typical commercial bar … Continue reading Interleaving: why your bar exam study schedule has you doing several subjects & tasks a day

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Respect The Test

Commercial bar prep has officially begun. First-time takers should be studying full-time for the next eight weeks. This is not optional. This is brain science. This is common sense. If you want to pass the test you have to prepare for it. This requires the right attitude. You can't be so afraid of the bar exam … Continue reading Respect The Test