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Remember that the library's outside-hours access permits law students to access the library every day of the week from 6 a.m. to midnight. In addition, the library will be staffed a bit earlier and stay open later most days during finals. See linked hours calendar.
Search the library's collection of study aids by class. Many are available in the stacks for one-week check out. The most current guides in the most popular series are available on reserve at the Information Desk for two-hour, in-library use.
On final exam days, all library conference rooms, study lounges, computer labs, and study rooms are presumptively reserved for exams. After 9:30 a.m., ask at the library Information Desk to find out which rooms are available or check out a study room key for 5-hour use. (Study room keys may be renewed as long as there are still rooms available for other law students.)
Lace your fingers together and use your thumb to knead your opposite hand, moving in circles from the base of your thumb to the middle of your palm. Switch hands. The link above provides more extensive instructions as well as other massage suggestions.
Add Epsom salts to a container of very hot water and soak for 10-15 minutes.
Enjoy a Laugh
The Mayo Clinic notes, “When you laugh, it not only lightens your mental load but also causes positive physical changes in your body. Laughter fires up and then cools down your stress response.” Check out the library's legal humor collection.
One easy seated stretch is the spinal twist. Sit with your feet firmly on the floor. Twist to the left, placing your left hand on the chair back and right hand on the chair arm or your left leg. Hold, then switch sides.
Lie back with your hands behind your head. Use your thumbs to close the ear canal. Listen to the rushing sound for 10-15 minutes.