"WHAT BOOKS SHOULD I READ TO PREPARE FOR LAW SCHOOL?"
This is the only book you will need to excel at law school!
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I knew nothing at all about law school when I began. In the end, I was amongst the top of my first-year class and transferred to a high ranked school. Now, you can do the same!
Success in law school is universally seen as important. Today, when many law school graduates are ending their three-year legal education with unemployment or underemployment you may find that median grades will not get you where you want to be.
There are many eBooks out there that promise you that you can get by in law school, or even excel with a minimum level of work. Some state that you can literally skip class and party every evening and bring in the top grades. The reality is that most law school students will not get the best grades without a winning law school strategy. Further, law school is a very challenging undertaking that requires you to give your best performance if you want to be on the top.
What's at stake? First, if you are going to a lower-rated law school, you may have heard stories about people transferring to better law schools after their first year. However, transferring to higher-ranked law schools requires grades that put you well above average. In fact, the students that are able to move to the top schools often have grades that put them in the top 5-10% of their class. Are you going to bet your career on a method that tells you that you can get by with minimal work? I wouldn't. Not when the stakes are so high.
I would argue that even on day one, at least half of the class probably doesn’t have a chance of being in the top ten to twenty percent of the class. Why? Because most of the class is not armed with the methods of getting the top grades. Further, they think that they can do well by virtue of reading the textbook or hornbooks over and over again. This is not how one excels in law school.
Are you armed with the methods that will get you top grades?
The truth is, law school requires a lot of work, but not all the work that you put into law school is the right type of work. Many people do work too hard on matters that matter little in the whole scheme of law school. If you want to succeed in law school, you need a solid plan, well thought out goals, and you have to know how to maximize your time. In other words law school requires a winning game plan.I have compiled all the information that has helped me excel in law school and I want to share that information with you. My methods have helped literally hundreds of other law school students, and now they can help you too. I did not study law before starting law school, nor did I come from a distinguished background. I was the first in my family to graduate college and I knew virtually nothing about law school before my first day of class. However, I was able to find success by reading literally hundreds of sources on law school strategies and by applying those methods and others that I have learned throughout life on achieving my dreams.
Even if you are a second or even a third-year student, my methods can drastically raise your GPA and greatly improve your marketability. While some may say that the law school GPA does not matter in the third year, the reality is that employers do take a very serious look at one's law school GPA and in this economy, you need to be as marketable as possible.
•Do you want to know how to study for a final exam?
•Do you want to find the secrets to answering the questions on exams?
•What are professors looking for when they grade exams?
•Do you want to know how you can find out the questions that your professor will ask?
•What are some strategies that a law student can use to find out what a professor is looking for when he/she asks a question that you should be able to know in advance that he/she will ask?
Law school students are ranked and graded on a curve, but the reality is that only 10-20% of your students are your real competition, that is, if you are willing to put in the effort to do well. Do you want to know how you can literally eliminate the other 80-90% of your competition and only worry about the other winners? It's not through sneaky and dirty methods, it's about improving the way you think and the way you spend your time in and out of the classroom.
Law school success is VERY EASY to achieve, however, most people only realize how easy it was AFTER they finish law school. For them, it's too late. I am offering you the skills that you need to excel in law school in this easy to understand e-book that is full of methods on how to literally own your law school experience.
"How do I transfer to a higher-ranked law school?"
I am offering my eBook, How to Win at Law School: The Ultimate Law School Strategy Guide, for the very low price of $8.99! Many other eBooks of this size sell for at least double the price. However, it is my mission to make sure that the students that want to achieve law school success can attain it. Further, I don't believe that law students, who are already on a tight enough budget, should be forced to pay an exorbitant price for every book they purchase.
As an added bonus, I am including copies of two of my A grade exams in my eBook. Reading and understanding the way that top graded exams are written has helped me excel in law school. I am confident that as you read through my exams that you will be able to glean how to write a winning essay.
You will be getting close to 100 pages packed full of law school strategies for under $12! That's less than what you probably spend on lunch. My easy to read and understand eBook will allow you to create a well thought out game plan that will bring you to the head of your class. If you are paying $30,000 or more on a year of law school, there is no reason why you should not arm yourself with a system that can help you obliterate your law school competition.
"An excellent read. The Ultimate Law School Strategy Guide helped me to focus on what was important in order to bring in grades that I really don't think I would have been able to get without reading it. Now I am confident I will be able to transfer to a much higher ranked school and be competitive for some of the best jobs out of law school. The tips and strategies that the writer lays out are simple and straightforward, things that I should have thought of, but didn't. I have read other books and while I have found varying methods of success, this one actually helps one formulate a long term strategy that begins far before the final exam. Even if I had read this book in my last semester, it would have been worthwhile. It's definitely worth the $9."
Top grades allow one to move upwards to top tier law schools.
I am confident that my eBook is better than almost any other law school eBook out there. Further, my methods are tried and true methods that don't promise that you will not have to work. I don't believe that the highest law school achievers can get by without working, and I am extremely leery of any source that states that you can get by merely putting in minimal work. Instead, I know that the best and brightest put in a great deal of work. However, that being said, many of the top students don't necessarily work more than all of their classmates. Further, 80% of your class expects that they can gun their way to the top of the class by spending hundreds of hours comprised of solely reading and rereading the textbook. The top 10-20% of students, however, work smarter. Now you can be armed with the same methods that these intelligent individuals use to reel in excellent grades, internships, and legal careers.
This full-length book includes information on:
-Preparing for and excelling on law school exams.
-Having a solid chance of being in the top 10% of your law school class.
-Preparing for the bar exam.
-The art of goal setting in the law school context.
-Academic and non-academic law school strategies.
-Why it is important to get top grades in law school.
-Effective time management.
-How to keep current with material even if you miss a couple of classes.-How to improve your final exam grade if you have already slacked all semester long.
-Understanding how a professor grades an exam.
-Understanding what a law professor is looking for in an A grade exam question.
-How to effectively use IRAC to write a law exam/bar exam answer.
-Using note cards and creative memorization techniques to remember information.
-Strategies for creating an effective outline that exceeds that of your peers.
-How to discern what to study and what not to study.
-Getting letters of recommendation for transferring and job searches.
-Is a study group necessary?
-Strategies for closed book and open book exams.
-How to read and brief a law school case.
-How to know what questions will be on the exam before the exam is even written.
-Retaining important information.
-Examples and commentaries on well-written essays.
-How to prepare for the bar exam while you are in law school.
...and much, much more!
If you have put in the effort that is required to get into law school and you are willing to climb your way to the top, then I honestly believe that this book is for you.