Episode 36 Show Notes:
In today's episode Jackson reviews some of the research about effective and ineffective study habits and applies that to the bar review. You'll find out whether it's better to study in a quiet or a noisy place, to study in the same location or vary your environment, whether to cram or learn over a longer period of time.
You may be surprised at what the experts in educational research are discovering about what works and does not work when it comes to high stakes test preparation. Today's episode is one you won't want to miss.
Link to Benedict Carey article in the New York Times discussed in this Episode.
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