4 Ideas to Keep in Mind When You’re Studying for the Bar Exam

Published on November 18, 2019

Any law school graduate is all too aware of the stresses and worry his or her state’s Bar Exam can bring. The Bar Exam, offered twice a year in every state, brings jitters every February and July of each year.

Not only does each Bar Exam candidate and/or applicant carry the burden of going through an extensive application process, but the constant, never-ending legal studying and several hour-long tests, but studying for the Bar Exam can increase this stress ten-fold. Although, the Bar Exam is not something that should be taken lightly, it is something that should be viewed as an experience.

Here are four points to keep in mind when studying for the bar.

Jeff Wren is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2018 and currently consults at LexisNexis. He has worked in criminal defense, landlord tenant, real property, copyright, and trademark law. He plans on practicing law on the side specializing in criminal defense and eventually patent law.

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