Pass the Bar!Book - 2006
Pass the Bar! provides a comprehensive overview of the pre-bar review, bar review, and bar exam process. The authors demystify the bar exam process and take readers through the steps they need in order to succeed.Readers are given specific checklists, exercises, reflection questions; information about what to do during the year before their bar reviews begin; how to set the stage to succeed with their bar exams; how to study and approach practice questions; sample exam questions, and answers; and what additional study methods can maximize their chances of passing their bar exams.The book has been designed with several uses in mind: As the text for a for-credit law school bar preparation course As a supplemental text for an upper-division doctrinal course, allowing professors to build students? bar study skills in the context of learning a bar-tested subject As a text for non-credit bar preparation workshops For students? independent studyWritten in a straightforward and practical style, the authorS' strategies are communicated in an informal, reader-friendly way. Their recommendations are grounded in educational and psychological research as well as their personal experiences in designing programs and working with students preparing to take bar exams. The Foreword is written by Professor Ruth Ann McKinney, Director of the Writing and Learning Resources Center at the University of North Carolina School of Law. A teacher's manual will accompany the text, and it will include the educational theory underlying the text, sample syllabi, sample lesson plans, teaching recommendations, for-credit course information, and many sample answers.
Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, ©2006
Characteristics: xvii, 322 pages ; 26 cm