Law School Exam Essay

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By following these MEE tips, you’ll be able to write more successful bar essays.Bar essays are not fun or easy (for most people), but they’re not impossible either.

By following these MEE tips, you’ll be able to write more successful bar essays.Bar essays are not fun or easy (for most people), but they’re not impossible either.

If you spend too much time citing cases or arguing back and forth, it’s harder to showcase your knowledge in the allotted time.

Prevents: inaccurate information Knowing the law is one thing.

Sit down with a friend, professor, or advisor who has already passed the exam to get experienced, personalized pointers.

If you’re still in law school, there may be resources, study groups, or prep courses you can take advantage of.

Understanding the context and nuance of law is what makes a great lawyer.

While you’re reviewing your MEE topics, spend a little extra time reviewing judicial opinions on WHY certain decisions were made.

« Rotations | Main | Online Replies to "Punishment and Moral Risk" » I am methodical when it comes to grading my exams.

I grade question by question, and often subpart by subpart, to maximize consistency of awarding points and to avoid biases from previous answers.

Another thing I like to do is to scrutinize the correlation between exam parts, both the multiple choice across each essay (or subpart), or between essays (or subparts).

If I get too granular, the data can get noisy, but it's a useful tool to make sure I'm grading consistently and that my questions are fairly consistent.

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