So, if I want to do some practice exams, it's fairly easy to find past exams online from various law school library websites. But, often times there is no model response posted. How does one determine if their "issue-spotting" and analysis is sufficient or correct? What do you guys do? Do you go show the professor your answer to get feedback? Is there a database of exams and model answers that I'm not aware of? I sort of feel like it doesn't matter how much I practice, if I'm practicing incorrectly. Sure, I might think I'm on the right track, but how do I know? Is it simply a matter of going through the motions that is helpful?