Today's bar study affirmation: I have a plan for my success.
There is still a lot of ground to cover before exam day. There never seems to be enough time to cover it all. No matter how early your started bar study, you may still feel like you are running out of time. But you have exactly enough time to learn what you need to know to pass the bar.
Here are some study tips for the two remaining weeks:
1. Build a 14-day study plan that allows you to cover every MBE topic twice and every essay topic at least once.
2. Give your essay test patterns, rule statements, or cheat sheets to someone else and have them drill you. Even if you have read and reread your study materials, a verbal drill is a great way to determine how well you have memorized the rules that you will need to recall on the bar.
3. Seek feedback now. If your bar company is still accepting essays for grading, submit as many as you can. If your bar company has assigned for grading only a few essays use your law professors and your academic support team to seek written feedback on your essay writing.