How to Craft Your Own Study Schedule with a “Macro-managed” Plan

The only thing I remember from law school is my negotiations professor saying this in class randomly:

“Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.”

It’s so true. Is bar preparation worth doing? Then it’s worth doing right.

By now, you’re filled with determination to study and get this thing over with… but how? Where do you even begin?

You may be lost and not sure where to start heading from here. Like you just ran into a dead end in an unfamiliar part of town and your phone’s about to die (which is why I finally got a charger for my car after months of denial about how good my phone’s battery actually is).

We talked about how you’re the dean of your own studies. You’re ultimately responsible for learning the material as well as the skills to apply the material.

Here’s a first step that will narrow down your routes and simplify the sudoku of choices…

First, you need a plan. Get an idea of your study schedule. I’ll show you how to craft a flexible timeline that works for you. Not a strict preordained prophecy you must realize to open the iron gates into the bar.

If a schedule is for everybody, then it’s for nobody.

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The Courage to Enjoy Your Mistakes Now

Our first date ended with her car getting towed.

She was the type of person to schedule her showers by the minute because of her absurd rotation schedule in med school. Yet she had taken three hours out of her life to meet me again for a second date.

I wanted to hold her hand so bad. A perfect pretext to see how she felt about me… that I ruined because I lacked three seconds of courage.

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