|About the Book|
There is no denying it, the most difficult part of law school is taking law school exams.These exams typically account for all or nearly all your course grade, and the amount of material you have to learn for each is tremendous. Especially difficultMoreThere is no denying it, the most difficult part of law school is taking law school exams.These exams typically account for all or nearly all your course grade, and the amount of material you have to learn for each is tremendous. Especially difficult are the first set of exams you take as a first-year law student. The exams are an unknown quantity and are nothing like undergraduate exams. Unless your professors give you a sample exam to look at or you can find one floating around your school or on the internet, you really have no idea what you will be facing. Even if you know what’s coming, you probably have no idea how to prepare for these exams.This book teaches you how to prepare for and succeed on your law school exams. Although the information in this book is targeted to students in their first semester of law school, this information should be helpful to anyone needing some extra help with their testing skills. If you had a tough time with your first semester exams and are looking for guidance to help you improve, you will find it in this book.If you care about your law school exam results, you will read this book.******Matt Racine graduated first in his law school class and was a member of the law review at Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon. He is the author of several books, including Bar Exam Mind: A Strategy Guide for an Anxiety-Free Bar Exam. He practices law in southern California.