Law Professors Offer Exam Strategies — and They Don’t Apply Only to Law Students
With classes ending tomorrow, students are gearing up the the exhausting grind of final exams and end-of-semester term papers.
Our colleagues over at the Law School solicited exam-taking tips from several professors, and some of them are relevant to students anywhere.
My favorite, from Tom Nachbar: “Exams are endurance contests, not memory contests. Prepare accordingly. On a daily basis, you need your first hour of physical exercise and your eighth hour of sleep a lot more than you need your tenth hour of studying.”