Determining Your Study Priorities and Strategies for Exam Preparation

Vol. 42 No. 7

By

Amy L. Jarmon (amy.jarmon@ttu.edu), assistant dean for academic success programs at Texas Tech University School of Law, is a professor and coeditor of the Law School Academic Support Blog . She is the author of Time and Workplace Management for Lawyers which is published by the American Bar Association.

The semester’s halfway point is fast approaching. Students need to take stock now and begin serious exam preparation. First, analyze three aspects of your academics to gather information for planning your studies. Then, determine the study priorities for each course and choose appropriate study strategies to accomplish those priorities.

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