Three weeks to the bar exam is a good time to evaluate how you are doing. You have enough time to now pinpoint your weak areas and enough time to change your schedule if you feel you’re spinning your wheels. Consider this day your line in the sand.
By now you should have done several hundred multistate questions, at least 15 state essays and at least 4 performance tests. If you haven’t done it, get busy. Change your schedule if you need to, work on your weak areas and keep testing. If you have, you are ready for the bar exam. You just need to keep working, stay cool and continue to test yourself.
Make sure you are peaking on exam day. Get up at 6 am or 7 am and start studying at 9 am until 12 pm, with no breaks, then study from 1 pm to 4 pm, with no breaks, You want to mimic the bar exam hours so you are at your peak at 9 am every day.
Don’t pretend you’re not nervous. Accept that it’s okay to be nervous. Channel that nervous energy properly by attacking your study schedule and transform your nerves into confidence.
One of the most important things to do during this 3 week period is not to doubt your abilities. You can pass this bar and you know it.
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