Many bar takers don’t know what to do with their time after they’re done with it. They forget what they used to enjoy.
They continue to study for the bar (just in case)… They take time off and go on a trip they can’t afford before going back to the real world (#funemployed)… They grind away at work and miss studying…
“You’re bored in the year 2017? Isn’t there a mirror in the bathroom? You can look into it until it breaks,” I tell them passive aggressively but only in my head because social decorum dictates it.
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This is a guest post from Nadine Heitz. She is a co-founder of BarIssues.com, a unique online searchable database of all legal issues tested on California bar exam essays since 2001. Here, she describes strategies for confronting the bar essays before and during the exam. Welcome!
The proctor has just announced “You may now begin.” You break open the seal of your bar exam essay packet to anxiously see what’s in store for you. First question appears to be Torts – not bad, you think. Second question is Evidence – yikes, it’s likely a race horse. Your anxiety level increases. Third and final question is Contracts, one of your better subjects. Now that you have a general idea of the three morning essay subjects, how do you decide which order to write them in? Do you tackle your easiest subject first to give you confidence and a great start? Or, do you get the hardest one out of the way while your energy level is high and it’s still early. Here’s my advice – you do neither.
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