Should I Make a Long Outline for Each Bar Exam Topic

by Dustin on

Hi everyone, Dustin here from and author of number one Amazon bestseller The Seven Steps to Bar Exam Success. And a question recently came to me the other day from a student I was helping and the question was this: if I want to form outlines for each of the subjects how can I do that?

I have just not enough time. And my answer is this: there’s not enough time because that’s not really the best use of your time, so to go out there and form outlines for each of your subjects it’s going to take a ton of time and it’s really not going to be that beneficial in helping you pass.

The reason is simply the fact that spending a lot of time outlining doesn’t get a lot of results. It’s going out there and taking practice Exams that gets you the results. So for those of you who are going out there and want pretty nice- clean pretty outlines for any of your topics and then deciding: okay, now that I have my outline, now I can go take the Essays, going to try that good luck you’re going to spend a lot of time and by the end of the Bar Prep hopefully you’ll come to realize that it’s not really about that outline, it is about the practice tests.

So if you want to make outlines make them simple and basic but just make them enough to help you pass those essays that you’re taking in, take those essays that you’re taking, not to make nice and tense pretty outlines. So that’s my tip for you out there, if you’re maybe in the same boat, it’s don’t spend a ton of time doing outlining because you’re not going to have any time for your essays at all and that’s going to be very not beneficial for you and likely could hurt you on your Bar Exam.

So go out there and get them this week. If you like that tip please hit the like button below, also head on over to keys, number 1, number 2 keys, download your free guide, PDF guide, the 12 keys to Bar Exam Success. Until next time, I’ll see you on the next video. And always remember that your name appears on the pass list.

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