It’s the beginning of the winter harvest in law school, otherwise known as first semester final exams. It’s that time of the year where, to paraphrase Anne Lamott, you truly become the piece of shit the world revolves around. And if you’ve come to Bitter Lawyer for advice on how to do well at final exams, well, know one thing: we outsource all of it. To our parental unit known as Lawyerist.
Not that we haven’t had our own tips and advice floating around the last few years, including Ex-Bitter’s typically pithy advice to a first-year student freaked out about finals. The money line? “Studying last year’s essay questions is way more important than joining some lame, self-important study group where everyone’s trying to impress each other.” Yes, and stay away from the “self-proclaimed legal geniuses.” And no drinking while studying. Huh?
If you want less bitter advice about final exams, check out what Lawyerist has to offer.
- Law School Finals: Taking Your First Exams
- Tips for Hand-Writing a Law School Exam
- Closed Book Law School Exam Preparation Tips
- How to Succeed on Open Book Law School Exams
- Clearly, The Answer is Not Obvious