So Wuerth, Bressman (v. bressWOman), and George will all have midterms. None are big enough to where you should be killing yourself over it, but it's the kind of thing you should be taking seriously as you figure out how to take a law school exam.
Sherry and Fitz are notoriously terrifying to have class w/, so just kind of be ready for that and be supportive of people who get shot down. Will be something you can laugh about by the end of 2nd semester. Bresswoman and Wuerth can also be pretty intense when they cold call
Wuerth exams tend to be broader than most typical law exams in terms of coverage, but that's something you will get a sense of as you look at her practice tests. You guys also have no point of reference so
Bressman and George final will be heavy multiple choice, so good to look at Qs from the book and have done a lot of hypos.
Obviously, and this can't be stressed enough, the most important thing you can do to prepare for a law school test is to actually take a law school test. It baffles me that very smart people walk into a law school exam having only glanced at Q's and a model answer w/o having taken the time to sit and force themselves to write answers out, considering how much time/stress they're putting into it over the course of a semester.
YMMV, if you want to know more about profs 2Ls will be more willing to share more idiosyncratic opinions in person and not on TLS