Now that you know the basics of the Bar Exam format, it’s time to start thinking about how to study for this exam. Many of you may be thinking, “I am just going to do exactly what I did in law school because that seemed to work.” But that is not the best approach. The Bar Exam is a very different exam than the exams you took in law school, so it is going to require different preparation. Let’s first consider how the Bar Exam is different from your previous three years of law school exams.
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Chances are, by the time you begin law school, you’ve already heard the term “outlines” being mentioned by people who’ve already been there. To a new law student, this term can be intimidating or even confusing – it’s something you are supposed to create, that will help you on your finals, but how? Why? Law school outlines are most likely unlike anything you’ve ever created before. But they are a vital tool in your law school toolbox and can help you on road to being a successful law student.