Last month we began to discuss ways to master the MEE. We continue that topic in this post but focus on taking your studying to the next level.
In our last post we started discussing 10 big misperceptions of law school. Let’s take a look at the law 5.
You’ve now mastered the MBE, so let’s move on to the MEE. Just to reiterate, these tips are broad stroke tips meaning that they can be applied generally by everyone.
Everything you have been told about law school is a lie. Ok, not everything. But I do have your attention now, right? Good. Now I can confidently tell you that there have been some exaggerations or misconceptions about the most important aspects of law school.
Let’s pick up where we left off with more tips on how to study for the MBE. If you have not already, take a look at my prior posts to help lay the foundation for these tips.
In my previous post, we discussed what the Socratic method is, why it’s used, and what makes it so scary. Unfortunately, just talking about WHY it’s so scary does not help you overcome your fears. So, let’s talk about ways that you can overcome this fear of the Socratic method and actually use it to benefit your law school experience.