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Some Last-Minute Bar Exam Tips

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It's that time: bar exam time! Any of you taking the bar exam this week (the last week of July) probably shouldn't be reading this, but just in case you are, I'll offer some last-minute tips for the bar exam itself — tips on deportment and taking the exam, not on how many partners can twist the meaning of ''proximate cause'' into something Cardozo wouldn't have recognized in a billion years.
 
Some Last-Minute Bar Exam Tips

You've done the studying, or I hope so at least. You can't cram secured transactions at this late date anyway, so either you are prepared or just finishing off those last few things.

Here are my tips:

1. The day before you take the bar exam, relax! Get some good sleep, pack your supplies, and just chill. Stressing out will not help any.

2. Arrive prepared. Don't forget your pencils (or laptop if you're using it to take the exam, plus your charger), ID, snack, and earplugs. Even though it's July, take a sweater or sweatshirt — it might be cold. It was during my bar exam. Take some Kleenex and throat lozenges as well so you don't spend your break frantically hunting them down, just in case.

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