I have a really unique personal experience. I am the type of person who gets really uptight when I try to push myself.
if you're grasping the material and ur profs are saying ur reasoning and organization are bad then you need to take more practice tests....i did ok but i know that i would have done better had i not concentrated so much on making the perfect outline just took practice tests. the A+ students don't know more they just got the info down on paper better. the only way to master this is to take practice tests....ur limited by time and you feel anxiety and ur rushed so w/o proper practice ur answers are disorganized and piece mail and u forget simple stuff that loses points....im changing my study approach this year and gearing everything towards the exam....some of the people who got A+s did not know the law better than me, did not know the cases as well as i did, and some were complete idiots all class, but they practiced taking exams and got the better grade.
Quote from: onlyblue85 on January 22, 2008, 12:02:54 AMI have a really unique personal experience. I am the type of person who gets really uptight when I try to push myself. You're not that special. This is the problem for most mediocre law students.