How To Use IRAC on Law School Exams

Use IRAC on Law School Exams

How To Use IRAC on Law School Exams

Final exams in law school can be scary, especially if you get professors who like to give long-winded essay questions.  A fact pattern that is paragraphs and paragraphs long is very intimidating!  Having the right approach is essential to your success – and the most efficient approach is to use IRAC on law school exams.  You’ve probably been taught IRAC (issue, rule, analysis, conclusion) in your classes, and now is your chance to put it into practice!  In this post, we tell you how to use IRAC on law school exams.

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Law School Final Exam Tips for Procrastinators

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This post assumes that you taking law school final exams soon — and that you have not started outlining, memorizing the law, or taking practice exams. You either spent most of the semester reading cases, briefing cases, or trying to avoid thinking about final exams. And now that final exams are coming up, you need some quick tips to boost your score! Here are a few law school final exam tips for procrastinators.  Continue reading Law School Final Exam Tips for Procrastinators

Four Key Law School Success Tips

Law School Success Tips

Four Key Law School Success Tips

As law school kicks into full gear, hopefully you are starting to fall into a routine.  It can take a while to adjust to this new experience, however, so don’t be discouraged if you are having a difficult time finding your way.  In this post, we discuss four law school success tips.  If you work this advice into your approach, you’ll be on the path to a great semester of law school (and beyond!).

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How I got A+’s in 55% of my law school classes.  

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An A+ is fun to get. Especially in law school, where A+’s are so rare. At my school (and I think at virtually every law school though I have not verified this) an A+ has no special effect on your GPA. So a plain old “A” is treated the same as an “A+” for GPA purposes. And class ranking purposes. And everything that matters, outside of your own ego! Continue reading How I got A+’s in 55% of my law school classes.  

What If I Didn’t Do Well On First-Year Law School Exams?

Didn’t Do Well On First-Year Law School Exams

What If I Didn’t Do Well On First-Year Law School Exams?

It’s no secret that your grades in your first year of law school are very important and that the final exam comprises most of your grade.  Thus, you should take studying for finals very seriously! But even if you didn’t do well on your first-year law school exams, it doesn’t mean you can’t recover and improve moving forward!  Doing poorly is an excellent wake-up call, an indication that something didn’t work right.  In this post, we give you a few tips of what you can do if you didn’t do well on your first-year law school exams!  Modifying your approach with these tips will give you a better chance at success next semester!

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