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Many first-year students do not know that law schools do not give college-type exams and therefore that college exam skills and LSAT skills are definitely not the skills you need to excel on law-school exams. They are also unaware that you are not systematically taught exam-taking skills in most law schools. In addition, many beginning students do not know that law exams do not flow directly from the assigned materials and classroom discussion. They are therefore surprised and in many instances dismayed when their grades are mediocre or worse.
Look at the article in the `Amapedia' section for my essay about law school exams. The "Inside the Book" section also includes Chapter One from this Exam book as well as its "Detailed Table of Contents." In addition, I have posted my responses to nine commonly asked questions about the challenging law school classroom and sixteen questions about preparing for the different and difficult law school exams in the Amapedia section of the Learning Legal Reasoning Amazon page. This Exam book helps students to learn and practice the two key skills you need to excel on these exams: issue-spotting and then the writing of succinct legal arguments to resolve each spotted issue. All three books emerge from thirty years of law school teaching at two law schools (N.Y.U. and CUNY).
I assisted Professor Delaney in editing this work. The goal was having the law student in mind rather than trying to sell a book for profit. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mordechai Pelta
Book in very good condition, arrived quickly and was an excellent resource. This is the first type of book like this that I've ordered in several years. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J.P. Moore
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This book is epic. Read this before writing any professional exam that requires structuring of a logical argument.Published 13 months ago by TheAmazonJungle
This book is a must read prior to beginning your first year in law school. Although my school relies on the CREAC method, I still found this book extremely helpful.Published 16 months ago by Nathan Berry
This book is very detailed on how to pass an essay exam. Unlike some study aids that spend so much time talking about the failure of law schools they never get to the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jazzy J
This is an excellent tool for those studying in law school. Its a quick read and has very useful information.Published 20 months ago by anything