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Everyone knows getting ready for the BAR exam is a serious matter. Whether you have already plunged into your trek of MPRE practice questions or not, our brain performs better on tests if it is not loaded with unnecessary pressure. That said, stress is something that law students are quite familiar with. It's difficult not to stress when your daily schedule is constant MPRE practice questions. The internet is packed with tips and tricks on how to minimize stress before an exam. We've even had many different posts on the various ways to help calm your psyche. Now, take a deep breathe and read below how to survive your course through bar exam review.

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  1. Massage your ears
    Studies have shown gently rubbing your earlobes with your thumb and index finger, along with squeezing the outer edges of your ears from bottom to top, triggers reflect points in your ears that relax specific areas of your body.
  2. Increase your vitamin C intake
    There has been plenty of research on the effects of vitamin C showing that it reduces both the physical and psychological effects of stress. So, as you continue to complete those MPRE practice questions, make sure to chug some OJ.
  3. Cry
    This is probably the oddest one. But, those who have taken a BAR exam review course can remember times during MPRE practice questions, the urge to shed a dismal tear(s) was tough to fight off. Try letting the tears flow for a change. Crying lowers your manganese level, which helps elevate your mood and lowers your stress!
  4. Eat slower
    Eating more slowly actually promotes mindfulness. The more mindful you are, the easier it is to take control of your mood and anxiety levels. Plus, eating slowly is much healthier for your digestive system!

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