My professor jumped around a lot and never gave us a good overview for how to approach fact patterns too. I did follow the format of the lecture. I would basically just go through in the exact order: is there an offer? is there an acceptance? do the terms match? is there consideration? is there any reason the consideration isn't valid? etc...RodneyRuxin wrote:I just listened to the first two hours (I downloaded it on my smartphone so I could listen while I work out). I agree that it seems like a super organized approach to a K exam. Did you structure your outline on their format? (my professor jumps around a lot, so I'm thinking it might be a good idea).squid2211 wrote:I don't think many people liked the Barbri lecture, but I found it really helpful. I think it covers some topics much better than others. And while doesn't go in especially in depth, it gives you a very good outline for how to approach fact patterns in an organized manner. I found the offer, acceptance, consideration, PER, and SofF to be very helpful.RodneyRuxin wrote:Finding Ks class to be super straightforward and am getting worried I won't be able to find the tough issues on the test. Anyone have advice on forks, etc? I have Chirelstein, any other suggestions?
Can anyone recommend the Barbri lecture?
I did this for every fact pattern even when things like the offer were obvious. From going over my exam with my professor, I was able to pick up some points by going to the full analysis even when some parts were obvious. I booked K's and found this the structure of the barbri lecture to be helpful.