Pretzel_Logic wrote:I'm assuming you get to take your statute book at least. If you have that thing tabbed all to hell that's really all you need. The UCC is apparently my friend based on my exam performances, though, so I realize most people hate the UCC with all their lives. Mine was also open book so I made a super complete outline. Nothing helps like practice problems, though (not necessarily exams, even, just like...E&E problems).
nice, thanks. yeah it's open book, open note, etc. the whole course has been problem based, we learn everything through hypotheticals, almost no cases. everything in the course seems pretty straightforward, it's just a matter of knowing the UCC and having a "map" or "plan of attack" so to speak for common types of problems. I have a ton of notes based on the problems/PowerPoints and an outline from last semester, so I think I should be fine.
how'd you like the e&e? did you read "mastering secured transactions?" (heard it was pretty good, have read a little, seems a little basic)