Updated: Nov 23, 2021
We know that there is a high amount of pressure put on law students, and there are many elements that contribute to that pencil-biting stress. We recently took a poll on Instagram about what has law students more nervous about law school exams: spotting issues or the time pressure of exams.
The concern regarding time pressure won, so here is a short video with strategies for handling the time pressure of exams.
An additional tip is to set aside 10 minutes at the end of the exam to polish the beginning of your exam (e.g., spell check, typos, tighten up language) as that strong first impression can positively influence how your professor views the rest of the exam.