Law exam prep, anyone?
As crunch time approaches, all minds are likely drifting toward the horrors of exam taking. There are several books in the library that can help you prepare your “strategy” for both preparing for examinations, and actually writing the exam itself. Some of the more popular titles include:
A practical guide to writing law school essay exams (2001) by John Dernbach; Call Number: KF283.D47 H STACKS
Writing essay exams to succeed in law school (not just to survive) (2010) by John Dernbach; Call Number: KF283.D47 H RESERVE
Law school success in a nutshell: a guide to studying law and taking law school exams (2008) by Ann Burkhart; Call Number: KF283.B871 H RESERVE
Open book: succeeding on exams from the first day of law school (2011) by Barry Friedman and John Goldberg; Call Number: KF 283.F75 H STACKS
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