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Current Law Students / Re: Studying for Civ Pro
« on: December 08, 2006, 06:08:33 PM »

Can someone please explain erie/hanna/byrd to mee....I'm freakin lost and my
wounderful Civ Pro teacher confused me even more today.

Any help would be appreciated
Also, does anyone have an exams with answers. I just want to see a really good answer
putll all together. I suck at analysis

Thanks in advance

Current Law Students / Re: Civ Pro- Tips, Tactics, Techniques
« on: December 06, 2006, 09:29:51 AM »
I've got my Civ Pro next tuesday...I"m counting down the hours.

I've got 40 multiple choice questions and 1 essay with four subparts.

I've gone over the Finals multiple choice, Q&A, will be going over siegals practice
essay questions. The book I hate and never get any questions right from..Exam Pro-CIvil procedure by Linda Mullenux. I HATE THIS BOOK, BECAUSE I NEVER GET ONE QUESTIONS RIGHT!
Is anyone having the same problems. In the other books i did awsome..but this one, not so great.

Anyways, any tricks on learning the frcp----i still have to engrave them in my head.
but any suggestions from people who took there civ pro exam this week, would be helpful
if you let me know how it went and all that other good stuff

thanks in advance!

Current Law Students / Re: Studying for Civ Pro
« on: November 19, 2006, 11:37:17 PM »
I have closed book Civ Pro...just bought a bunch of multiple choice suppliments becuase 60% of my final is multiple choice and only 40% essay essay questions that is...

I think I"m gonna use glannon e&e, flashcards and crunchtime...I like the
diagrm approach everyone is talking about

I think 15 hours a day for the next 21 one dayz might just get me a C+ :)

How is eveyrone else doin with Civ Pro studying...let me know..I"ll be up
at 7 a.m to start studyin again

Current Law Students / Re: Studying for Civ Pro
« on: November 17, 2006, 11:13:44 AM »
There is just soo much information to know!
Well I bought about 3 commerical multiple choice books/essay questions.

Plan on going through all of them, and if I have time to pick up
another one and go through that.

Other than that....I hope all this studying pays off....
I got 50 multiple choice exam and one essay questions with five parts to it
I hope I do good!

Current Law Students / Studying for Civ Pro
« on: November 15, 2006, 05:54:07 PM »
Hello once again LSDers!!

Finals are almost here and I was wondering if anyone...(particullary people who got an A or even a B..what the hell lets add in the C's to) if you guys could give me an example schedulre how your broke down the material to study for in Civ Pro.

Got a lot to study from Personal Jurisdiction to res something...we havent gotten there yet...

So any hits, suggestions, essay question, multiple chiocie questions...anything would help so I can a passing grades.

Hope all of you are doing well.......


Can someone suggest some good study aids for the FRCP and how to understand them better.
Having trouble with some of the rules, like rule 26. So if anyone knows anything good to use let me know.

Also, overall, what suppliments do you like for Civ Pro?
Let me know

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