I do not know the law yet, why should I use a tutor before I have learned the law?
There is a misconception that students can do really well by waiting until they have learned and memorized all law school material before taking practice exams. This misconception can be attributed to the student’s history in achieving success during their undergraduate studies by using a similar method. However, law schools require students to analyze, practice and study concepts in a manner that is very different from their undergraduate studies.
Law school students typically have not learned and memorized this material until immediately prior to their examinations, leaving virtually no time for practice examinations in order to appropriately test the student on their ability to apply the material they have learned. Law School Tutor addresses this issue by teaching students how to answer practice exams while they are still learning the law.
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