Nathan iskowitz is the author of “Learn to Pass Your Law School Exam”. Nathan is a retired judge, a former deputy attorney general and a former chief examiner for the NCLEX-PN exam. He has written hundreds of law school review articles and serves as one of the study groups’ professors. He’s done an amazing job of compiling information on every aspect of the Law School Admission Test.
Nathan’s book includes sample questions by topic, discussion questions, practice test questions, and complete practice materials, all in one, designed for easy study. Some of the sections in the book are devoted to a single topic.
The book also includes the entire Prince sample questions, available in print or eBook format. Nathan’s review of all three exams is thorough and detailed. The best part of the book is that it contains just enough material to cover Prince (and NCLEX) without being too much.
According to Nathan, the Prince sample questions are not the best, but I don’t see any reason why you couldn’t use the practice materials. They’re worth their weight in gold. The best part is that if you work through them, they will become an almost reflexive response when asked about certain topics. The King law review answer format will be familiar to you.
The book also contains a bunch of really good and useful information and examples that illustrate the typical practice test questions. It’s a very valuable reference tool.
I highly recommend the book “Learn to Pass Your LawSchool Exam” by Nathan Iskowitz, in fact I’m considering buying the eBook version. This book is the best way to learn all the principles behind the exams. It is well laid out and easy to read. If you know how to use a computer, you’ll find this book a breeze to read.
Nathan explains in great detail the importance of studying to pass the national bar examination Royal Commission Examination. You will learn about both study guides and practice questions. You will also learn tips and hints on how to ace the test.
Nathan recommends doing some simple test-taking before spending any money or getting paid to do a lot of practice. He gives several reasons why this makes sense.
First, the main reason is time. When you first sit for the test, you’ll be trying to do so much more than just read and answer a couple of questions. Most students never study enough, so they’ll fail. The end result is thousands of dollars in student loans.
Secondly, you’ll be practicing your skills on actual questions instead of preparing. The time and money you spend preparing will probably be wasted. So it’s worth the investment in learning how to ace the Royal Commission. Plus, doing so will give you confidence.
Don’t worry, I’m okay with the royalties Nathan will receive from this book. He offers a lifetime subscription for a very reasonable price. I think it’s a worthy investment.