If you are reading this article, you are likely feeling unfulfilled in your current career. This could be a sign that it is time to start thinking about doing something new. But if you are looking to change careers at 40 or later, starting over can be a daunting prospect. Can you change careers at 40? Of course you can!
Let’s be real for a moment – cramming for an exam is not ideal. Properly studying for an exam takes time – reviewing material, memorizing, doing practice exams. Those things should not be crammed in the day, or night, before a test. But sometimes even the most prepared students find themselves short on time to study.
While the Bar Exam gets all the attention as the standardized exam standing between you and your dreams of becoming a lawyer, the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) is also required for admission to the bar in almost every state. The MPRE is a multiple-choice exam, testing legal ethics and professional responsibilities of practicing attorneys. Here’s everything you need to know about the MPRE.
Are you just starting law school? There’s an app for that! In the past, new law students were taught that beginning law school meant investing in a few essential books and supplements. A good law dictionary, hornbooks, and casebook supplements were typically on every law student’s first semester shopping list. But now, rather than buying stacks of books, you can achieve the same levels of preparation through several apps made for law students.
In a post-COVID society, virtual job interviews are becoming more and more common. Video conferencing technology has replaced the need for in-person meetings in so many instances, and job interviews are no exception. If you have a virtual job interview coming up, you may be wondering how to prepare.
College is supposed to an amazing experience. A chance to be on your own, meet new people, learn new things. It all sounds great, right? It definitely can be! But that doesn’t mean you can’t miss home too.