sidhesadie wrote:a male human wrote:I would use lectures for review, not for learning. Is that idea too wild? Lecturers can make mistakes or wing some parts. They are also severely annoying. Written materials generally should be the final authority. Except Qbank questions because they made up and may not be consistent with one another or with the law.
Some people are auditory learners, you do know that right? It's why some of us actually went to class in law school.
Also, I'm not sure I should trust the Kaplan produced written outline over the Kaplan produced lecture over the Kaplan produced Qbank question. IT IS ALL SUSPECT.
Sure, I appreciate that some people are auditory learners, and they should do what helps them most.
It's just that I dislike Kaplan's lectures. To me they are a huge time distractor. I found them largely unhelpful for the time spent. Could have been my fault though.