MEE UBE - outline sub-topics to review again?

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Nicolena.

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MEE UBE - outline sub-topics to review again?

Postby Nicolena. » Wed Jul 04, 2018 12:23 am

When going through and outlining essays, after I'm done and checking the answers, should I outline these different sub-topics so I can review them again or is this a waste of time at this point (only three weeks left)? Should I just be making notes in my book and then just flipping through.
Note: Im taking the Barbri course.

I have lean sheets and condensed outlines but I'm not sure if it would be better to make like a check sheet for sub-topics like a pre-existing duty essay had both a UCC and CL question, so just just for an example....

CL (Svc. K)
- modifications not allowed without new consideration.
- Define Consideration.
- Promise to perform existing legal duty --> Not new consideration
- Mod allowed sometimes if "fair and equitable"

UCC (SoGs)
- modifications allowed without new consideration as long as GF
- Only mods in bad faith unenforceable.
- Define GF
- Maybe discuss defense.

Is this a waste of time or too sparse of a refresher to even do anything?

Thanks!

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Re: MEE UBE - outline sub-topics to review again?

Postby SilvermanBarPrep » Thu Jul 05, 2018 1:13 pm

If you feel you are gaining from the exercise then go for it. If at any time it starts to feel like busy work, stop immediately. The end of bar prep requires a targeted approach, and anything that skews from that target needs to be set aside.

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