The 26 Tips to Crushing the Last Two Weeks before the Bar Exam

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Summary: There are many steps one has to take to prepare for the bar. This guide can help you with these steps.
The 26 Tips to Crushing the Last Two Weeks before the Bar Exam

So, you have worked hard, obtained those coveted grades, and made your way through law school, and now you are just a few days away from the bar exam. Go ahead, celebrate your JD, but quickly move on to your bar exam preparation.
The bar exam is vital and perhaps the most prolific test you will ever take. Many of these ideas listed below can help you greatly during your bar exam journey.

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