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Speed Matters In Law School Exams: More Words = Higher Grades

Kif Augustine-Adams (BYU), Candace Berrett (BYU) & James R. Rasband (BYU), Speed Matters: What, if any, is the relationship between speed and grades on first year law school examinations? Are time-pressured law school examinations typing speed tests? Employing both simple linear regression and mixed effects linear regression, we present an...
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