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Taking the Bar Exam?
• Have you ever finished reading a test question only to find that you have no idea what you just read?
• Have you ever been so worried about finishing a test in time that you wrote gibberish?
• Have you ever put off studying for exams until the last minute?
• Have you ever been unable to answer a question and had it dog you for the rest of the test, interfering with your concentration?
• Have you ever marked an unintended multiple-choice response or written an exam answer in the wrong booklet?
If you answered YES to some or all of these questions, then stress and worry have affected your academic performance in the past and will likely affect your performance on the bar exam. This book can prevent that from happening. It includes 73 ways to keep stress and worry from affecting your performance on the Bar Exam.
About the Author
Rosemary La Puma is the founder and owner of Rosemary's Review — A Comprehensive Bar Tutorial. She has been leading bar tutorials and helping students pass the California bar exam for 14 years. Professor La Puma has taught hundreds of students her simple but effective techniques. Professor La Puma's interest in the effects of stress and worry on academic performance started with her own California bar experience. This book is a compilation of the techniques she has used to help her and her students master their stress and worry. An adjunct professor at Golden Gate University Law School, Professor La Puma teaches legal writing courses. In addition, she served as the Assistant Director of Academic Support at the University of Southern California School of Law during the 2007-2008 school year.
Posted May 1, 2009
I passed the bar exam on my first try. I was on literally 3 hours of sleep, tops, on the first day of the test. I think it was more like two and a half...
I passed the same bar exam that 48% or so of the students from Harvard Law school failed.
And here I had gone to a so called "unaccredited" (it was accredited but not by the ABA) law school...Imagine that...
It's not about unlocking secret methods or even about wasting your money (or that of your trust fund's) by going to an ivy league school....
It is called hard work, dedication and using your God-given ability.
And, I know those things are not all that popular (and are downright politically incorrect) in these days of bailouts and socialist redistribution.
But, they just plain still work.
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