Wow! You have already completed four weeks in the fall semester. Congratulations. As you've probably noticed, time passes quickly in law school. Before you know it, finals will be right around the corner. If you've kept up with your study schedule and your study tasks, keep up the good work. It will pay off. If you've put study tasks off repeatedly, you need to re-evaluate your priorities and get back on track for success.
So, what should you be focusing on right now? Here are three suggestions:
- If you haven't already done so, now is a good time to make a list of questions to ask your professors. Plan when you will go see your professors this week to get their assistance. It is easier for a professor to get you on the right path if you ask questions early and often.
- This weekend is the perfect time to get caught up on your outlines if they are still non-existent or barely begun. You should have enough material in most courses to be able to determine both the “big picture” of the sub-topics or topics and how the parts fit into that whole.
- Now is a good time to use a monthly calendar to write down all deadlines for papers, projects, mid-terms, or assignments. Plan over the next month when you will work on specific tasks for those longer-range deadlines.
Are you planning to take the Kentucky Bar Exam in February 2011? The regular filing deadline is October 1, 2010. For information on completing the application, visit the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions' website at www.kyoba.org. An application checklist for the February 2011 exam is also attached for your convenience.
If you are planning to take the July 2011 Kentucky Bar Exam, applications will not be accepted before November 1, 2010. Applications received more than 90 days before the regular filing deadline will be returned. A Kentucky Bar Exam presentation with Ms. Bonnie Kittinger, Director and General Counsel of the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions, will be scheduled in November. Details will be posted later this month.
Catch up on your sleep this long weekend. Remember to get no less than 7 hours of sleep per night every week. If your body is sleep deprived from the last three weeks because you have been sleeping less than 7 hours per night, now is the time to re-charge. Then, make sure you get proper sleep hours for the remainder of the semester.
Students: Please check your mailboxes this week. If your name is listed incorrectly, or if you do not have a mailbox, contact Marilyn Peters or Becky Wenning in the Law Resource Center - Room 272. Every student should have a mailbox and should check it regularly.
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LSAT Strategies & Official Practice Exam Event
Event is instructed & proctored by a licensed Kaplan professional.
SEPTEMBER 18, 2010 -- 9 AM-4 PM
UofL Brandeis School of Law Room 175
Cost to attend is $15 (includes lunch)
Please make checks payable to the Harlan Scholars Program.
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