By Sarah Thurman, IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Twenty-five first year students and a few upper classmen hung on Holly Wanzer’s every word as she once again shared the tips that led to her academic success in law school. Holly went over the dos and don’ts of preparing for exams, what to bring, how to feel your best and how to remain calm once exams are over.
After teaching mechanisms for issue-spotting and answer outlining, Holly gave the students example problems. They spent a few minutes on their own scribbling diligently while applying her techniques. Then, she reviewed the problems and answered questions.
Nearly all the students individually told Holly how helpful they found her presentation. Lunch was also provided.
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