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I want to be a lawyer?

What kind of exams do they have in law school? #law #lawyer #law-school

Thank you comment icon You have to take the bar first to get into law school which is supposedly pretty difficult. Good Luck! Rachel

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Jenna’s Answer

As always in law, "it depends!" In general, you will have finals, and maybe a midterm or a paper, but you don't have much in the way of daily homework assignments to complete and turn in for a grade. The exams are usually essays, and you will have to spot all of the issues and address each one. Sometimes there are multiple choice or short answers as well, but the majority will be essay questions that involve good grammar and logical organization and coherent argument. Expect to do a lot of writing at once, and one test will determine your grade in class. If you're prepared, you should do fine!
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Meredith’s Answer

If you decided to go full time to law school, the first year is typically the most difficult. If you went full-time, typically it would take at least three years. You would take a variety of courses which would include, civil procedure, torts, estates, property law and legal writing. There is a lot of reading involved and when I was in school, we had midterm and final exams. The examinations would involve reading something and applying certain principals and writing an essay response. After graduating from law school, there is a bar examination in the state where you would want to practice. Most bar examinations are in multiple choice format. When I was in school, we found it helpful to study in groups of students to share information and discuss what we learned. I enjoyed my law school experience. Good luck! law legal law-school
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