Learning How To Learn

Module 3 of 6 - Learning How To Learn  — Mastering Multiple Choice

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Students will:

  • gain insight into the skills of multiple choice test taking
  • define a "flowchart" and review several samples
  • understand the uses of flowcharts in studying and memorizing
  • review several slightly different kinds of flowcharts

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  • Bridging the Gap Between College and Law School, 2nd Edition: Chapter 6 (Putting It Together Part Three: Flowcharting), 3rd Edition: Chapter 7 (Putting It Together Part Three: Flowcharting) , 1.0 hr.

    [Students should read this with an understanding that, at this point in their legal studies, they are not prepared to begin "flowcharting." This introduction, however, will be useful as students begin 1L classes.]


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An Introduction to Multiple Choice Testing - Associate Dean of First Year Programs, Professor Steve Bracci

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Expectations of a 1L Student - Dean Stacey Sharp

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CEO's Welcome: Kaplan’s CEO Lisa Gefen Sicilian

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Critical Reading - Dean Stacey Sharp. Please have the PDF on Critical Reading with you for the lecture.

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Critical Reading - Have this handout available while listening to this lecture.

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A Demonstration of Critical Reading - Dean Stacey Sharp. Please have the PDF of Hadley v. Baxendale with you for the lecture.

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Hadley v. Baxendale - Have this handout available while listening to this lecture.


  • Click here to view the handout (Model Answer/Feedback - "Synthesis Exercise" assignment from Stropus and Taylor uploaded in previous module.).