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Get the information you need to get top grades in law school.

For many, the road to law school success seems blocked by obstacles and filled with potholes. But learning the law and getting good grades on your law school exams is really not that difficult.

You just need someone to show you the way.

The 1L Success Guide was written by someone who graduated #1 in his law school class. He shares the methods by which he learned the law and aced his law school exams, earning 9 high-paper awards in the process.

If you want to understand how to succeed in law school and get the high grades you will need to land top jobs, listen to this book.

©2012-2014 Matt Racine and Lake George Press (P)2014 Matt Racine and Lake George Press

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Good book for some quick tips.

The book is a little over an hour so it's not very in depth. It does however give a nice brief overview of some law school tips and preparing for exams. It also gives references as to where to find law school outlines and study material. I found the book to be helpful but it doesn't give any in depth explanations. It's work the cost I paid of $4.

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I enjoy seeing a big picture to understand how to go forward with a task. If you are that kind of person this book is for you. Very helpful and I feel better prepared for law school. The IRAC method of writing exam essays was not mentioned but his method of study, case debriefing, & test preparation were informative.