Dear professor A: Please stop posing important questions, allowing morons to participate, and then never providing the actual answer. My outline currently consists of half finished statements
what is a hornbook? would class notes and reading the required textbook and required cases several times be enough for to do well in a 1L class?
Re-reading works magic for me. After I read a textbook two times I pretty much remember it by heart. Remember not just words, but understand and can easily apply concepts. In my business school exams they usually gave us a hypothetical problem and had us apply concepts used in class to the problem. I got 3.912 in my undergrad. Arent law school exams pretty much the same (plaintiff A from CA sues defendant B from IL, who brings in third party defendant C from TX; whats the appropriate venue)? I dont understand why people keep saying that there is no guarantee to get good grades in law school. Exam questions are objective, they have to be, and if you know your shiit like nobody's business you should get an A.