Bar applicants are especially worried about what to do during the last week before the exam. Although there are significant individual differences between applicants, here are some general guidelines that some students have found invaluable.

It’s helpful to examine several different aspects of bar preparation: black letter law knowledge, test-taking skills, physical health and emotional balance. Successful applicants are not always the smartest ones — they’re the ones who are best prepared to perform on the days of the examination.

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