9 Things to Get You Through Exams
Posted Dec. 1, 2014 | Updated April 18, 2016
Exam season can be a stressful time of year for law students — but it doesn't have to be. Here are the best tips and stories about exams we've produced on the University of Virginia School of Law website over the years.
1. Video: In 'Exam 2.0,' Professors Share Latest Tips, Common Errors to Avoid
2. Video: Exam Tips for First-Year Law Students
Stocked with the latest and greatest exam advice from Professor Alex Johnson and students Katie Barber '15 and Zachary Ray '16, this video covers all angles, from preparing for exams to taking them.
Twenty alumni advise students to take practice exams, know your professor, study your own way, and more.
Six professors offer quick tips on how to get through exam season.
Think you have an exam horror (or triumph) story? From earthquakes to dreaded recollections of fixed exams, professors share tales and lessons from exams past.
7. Video: Professors Discuss Exam Strategies (or Audio)
8. Video: Exam Tips from Professor Anne Coughlin
There's a reason why this video has more than 33,000 hits on YouTube.
This throwback story featuring George Washington University law professor Roger Schechter still has some great tips, particularly for 1Ls.
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