On todays episode of Topping the Curve I interview Christina Higgins, an attorney at Covington & Burling, in Washington, D.C. and we talk all about grades.
In this episode, Christina talks to us about how she prepared for law school, she examines specifically whether reading books about the topics she would ultimately learn was actually helpful once she started law school.
We will also get to hear about Christina's best tips for studying and reading for class, and ultimately prepping for exams. Christina gives us a "game changer" that even I can attest to— it works.
Lastly, Christina talks about outlining, taking practice exams, and finally taking the final exam. Christina runs us through the process of how she made sure she went in to the exam doing all she could, to top the curve.
If you are concerned or anxious about going in to final exams, or interested in learning more about being graded on a curve in law school, this is the episode to listen to!
You can keep up with Christina or reach out to her at:
LinkedIn: Christina Higgins
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