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Tuesday, June 13, 2006
  How to Keep Your Head On!

With all the subjects you have to do, the lectures you have to attend, the homework you have to do, sometimes you get into such a strick study mode that you forget to review. Always review a past subject at least every 3-4 days, that way you wont forget what you already learned.

I found that keeping track of how many hours, how many questions (MBE, essays, issue spotting, etc) for each subject on a spread sheet kept me in track. Even if you just issue spot one essay, you keep the subject fresh in your mind.

Hope this tip helps!

Example:
Subject: Date: 1/2...... 1/3 ........1/4 .......1/5.......... 1/6
Con Law.......20Q, 1E ..............................................1 I
Crim Law ...................30Q 2I............ .................10Q
 
Comments:
FINALLY!! Thank you for posting a blog in VA. I've been looking for an outlet! I just don't know how to even begin to sort this stuff out! Any more recommendations or outlines to share? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 
Glad that you like it!! Pass the word on to your friends!
Where did you go to law school?

Will definitely post outlines and other tips.. Just have to figure out how to do it! :)
 
Hope that this blog is helping so far... any suggestions on how to improve it?
Thanks.
 
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