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Thursday, December 01, 2005

Exam Tip: Use ALL Your Resources!

Today is the last day of Fall 2005 classes at ASL. Now the studying begins full-time!

We've discussed this week many exam preparation tips, including outlining your courses, going to review sessions, and practicing with prior exams.

But don't forget about the other resources that we have available in the Library! (How could you, when our monthly newsletter -- which just got distributed yesterday -- keeps reminding you?) We have Hornbooks and Nutshells for most every legal topic. We have the "Examples and Explanations" series, which provides succinct summaries of the law, then gives sample questions and even answers. We have the LexisNexis/Matthew Bender "Understanding" series that provides decent reviews of legal areas. And don't neglect the CALI CDs that you can install on your computer (or go to the web site if you get the authorization code from our Reference Desk). Ask for these items at the Circulation Desk.