At this point in the semester, outlines, sample exams and study sessions are important, but knowledge will get you only so far. In the great quest for A's on law school exams, don't forget that critical part of exam performance: knowing how to write those "quality answers" that professors really want. Two of the best short articles on exam-writing are "Strategies for Taking Law School Exams...So They Don't Take You," by Professor Dionne Koller, who formerly directed the academic support program at the University of Maryland School of Law, and "Tips for Students Taking Law School Exams" by Professor Vikram Amar of the University of California (Hastings), featured in a previous post. Take a look.
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