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Leave Your Electronic Devices Behind While Attending Class

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The need to pay attention in class is something we are all made aware of from a young age, although electronic devices have changed the scope of what this means now sometimes. This can be especially difficult in the formative years as the hours wear on in the day and all we want to do is go home. Heading into college and graduate school, however, the need to be there is transformed for many into a want, and a burning desire to succeed—especially when students are paying for classes on their own. Getting the most out of class as an...

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Bombed a Test? Use Failure to Understand What You Don’t Know

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After bombing a test, you may have heard others say ‘Well, I’m just not good at taking exams.” Or you may have said this yourself throughout the years. Often, this is just anxiety speaking—and to ward that off, it is helpful to understand more about your educational experience and the culture of testing. Understanding what you are learning in class and then demonstrating your mastery of it is of course the crux of testing and passing or failing could ultimately make the difference in getting what you want out of life, at the time, which is probably graduating from a...

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Why Internships Are So Important for Law Students

Law students and internships tend to go hand in hand, and years later there will still always be the question among peers and colleagues asking where you completed yours, or you might find yourself with your own firm offering a similar position to young go-getters. Interning is not just specific or important to law students exclusively, either. An internship of any sort offers students an introduction to what can be a very competitive work force for many potential careers; in many cases, they may be interning in large firms or corporations and have access to mentoring from key players. Interns...

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Online Education: The New Path for Many Law Students

Upon the advent of the internet and an ‘online world’ that has just continued to grow, consumers around the world have embraced the idea of being able to do nearly everything more efficiently—from the paperless to the wireless to the concept of not having to leave their current surroundings to drive anywhere else, to include online education. Schooling has come about more slowly than some of the other popular cyber-activities such as shopping, or even dating, but of course the idea of getting up to the sound of an alarm clock and getting dressed and walking into a physical classroom...

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