merc280 wrote:tedalbany wrote:Lasers wrote:i have realized that i have never, ever, benefited from a review session...
I never benefit from Q&A review sessions, but I do benefit from 'overall review' review sessions. My torts review professor had a powerpoint and briefly went over all of tort law. I made my outline during that review and used it on the exam from his slides. Got an A.
At this point in my torts study, and considering my exam is in 27 hours, should i just keep doing mbe questions or reading over the power point slides the professor has, which although he claims isn't an outline pretty much covers the course.
Read over the slides and your notes and keep doing practice exams (get some from other schools online if you need to, like Pepperdine has a large publicly accessible exam set I think). You probably don't have time to do them in full, just outline answers and read through the answers given to make sure you hit everything (assuming you have written out at least a couple full practice exams for torts thus far and know how to write a torts exam).