Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Words of Wisdom from the Blogosphere

Now that you have Ernster’s advice on being in great condition to face those exams, you might gain some momentum from a just-posted compendium of helpful tips from law professors, students and experts on confronting exam questions. Brought to you by CALI’s Pre-Law Blog, the “Law School Exam Advice Post” lets you focus quickly on what concerns you—issue spotting, essays, multiple choice questions, what not to do on law school exams, and more—and link directly to the source. And don’t overlook CALI lessons in the study process. These computer-based review lessons keyed to typical law school courses and texts are available online from the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. For more about using CALI lessons, check out our post of November 26, 2005, or ask a reference librarian.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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