crossarmant wrote:Seminole_305 wrote:Question how exactly should I study?
How many hours? I feel pretty comfortable with the material and will be doing practice exams starting Tuesday. I have been doing Cali lessons and multiple choice for a while now. Not sure if I want/need to study from 6am until midnight everyday.
Running through the LexisNexis Q&A books for multiple choice questions, saved the E&E questions so going back through those, and working on outlines. I find that making an outline is more of a learning tool than an actual test tool.
After Thanksgiving I'm going to start on the old practice exams by my professors.
This. Although, something weird happened when I sat down and looked at a torts exam for about 4 hours, I started thinking spatially, relationally, and a bunch of other -ly's and things started to make sense.
Crim is just the easiest shit ever. "O hey, decision tree, how's it going?"
CivPro, the iterative beast...prof is forcing preclusion and erie on us in the last two weeks, the shit he writes about. Mostly my fault for not getting ahead, o well...