At what point in the semester should we start doing practice exams?
Vap, sorry if this seems like a silly question, but how do you know enough to do a practice exam on the whole semester when you're only one month in?
Also, more generally, allow me to say this: there is very little that anyone else can suggest that will help you do better in law school.
And I stopped studying and did something relaxing by 8 pm at the latest the night before every exam! Sleep and calm are important!
Is there more to cases than identifying the rule?
Quote from: Absolutely Delicious? on June 25, 2008, 05:26:16 AMIs there more to cases than identifying the rule?Yes, because there often is no "rule." The next case in your book will often have extremely similar facts but a different outcome. It's more important, in my opinion, to understand the reasoning each judge used. And then on your exam if you have a similar hypothetical, you can talk about both of those approaches and why one is superior than the other in this case.