I'm going to counter most of what's been said in this thread and say don't waste your money.I kind of wonder if a lot of people on this board who praise LEEWS are really smart and were going to do well on their exams anyway.I tried it, it didn't help, and....that's WAY too much money. The best thing you can do to prepare for exams is do practice tests and as the profs for feedback. You already pay for that with your tuition dollars.
No its not helpful, and may give you a bad grade.Don't listen to what some guy who is trying to justify taking $100 from you instead of your professor and yourself, it is improbable this used-car salesman-like man is correct and every law-professor since the dawn of mankind is wrong. With this in mind, Just read "The 8 Secretes of Top Exam Performance" by Yale Professor Whitebread, it costs 10 dollars, and 1/100 of the time, and ia 1,000 times more effective. It gives you key general tips on preparing and writing an exam, not some specific formula that all-too-often goes against the grain of what the professor has taught, or style of exam. LEEWS may be helpful but can also f* up ur grades, the risk is urs.--M.
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