Best way to prep for an open book MC torts exam.

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Best way to prep for an open book MC torts exam.

Postby mwheatley » Tue Sep 06, 2011 10:23 pm

After reading most of the TLS guides to success I decided to start focusing on exam prep early. What is the best way to prep for a MC open book torts exam? The prof has never given a complete MC exam so there aren't any available for review. I was thinking some bar prep materials might be a good starting place. Thoughts?

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Re: Best way to prep for an open book MC torts exam.

Postby OneEl14 » Tue Sep 06, 2011 10:25 pm

mwheatley wrote:After reading most of the TLS guides to success I decided to start focusing on exam prep early. What is the best way to prep for a MC open book torts exam? The prof has never given a complete MC exam so there aren't any available for review. I was thinking some bar prep materials might be a good starting place. Thoughts?


http://www.amazon.com/Glannon-Guide-Tor ... 073558480X

Disclaimer: I haven't used it, but the book is in multiple choice, so it may be helpful.

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Re: Best way to prep for an open book MC torts exam.

Postby Glock » Wed Sep 07, 2011 12:50 am

A lot of law school MC tests are designed to make you question your knowledge of the law. Make sure you understand the law, but more importantly think about the nuances that will tip the answer to a question one way or another. You need to consider slightly different factual situations with different outcomes to understand the balance better.



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