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Open Book Succeeding on Exams from the First Day of Law School

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ISBN-10: 1454806079

ISBN-13: 9781454806073

Edition: 2011 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)

Authors: Barry Friedman, John C. P. Goldberg

List price: $32.95
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Open Book: Succeeding on Exams from the First Day of Law Schoolis accompanied by the Web sitewww.openbooklaw.comWolters Kluwer Law & Business adds an outstanding volume to its list ofpractical tools for law school success – a contemporary, accessible andcomplete guide to exam preparation by two leading scholars and teachersWolters Kluwer Law and Business is known for its essential guides for lawschool success. Now Open Book: Succeeding on Exams from the First Day ofLaw School offers today’s law students more than simple exam preparation.The authors, both award-winning teachers with a wealth of classroomexperience, reveal what professors really look for in exam answers. By linkingexam-taking…    
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Book details

List price: $32.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Publication date: 7/26/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 200
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

Barry Friedman is the pioneer collector/dealer of Indian trade blankets. He lives in Valencia, California.

Preface
How to Use This Book
Understanding the Law School Essay Exam
The What and Why of Exams
The Pinball Method of Exam-Taking
IRAC - A Framework for Analysis
Issue-Spotting and Issue-Sorting
Rules
Application
Conclusions
Beyond IRAC - How to Take Exams
Make Your Lists; Check Them Twice: Scoring on IRAC Exams
Strategies for Tackling Other Exam Formats
Practice (Exams) Makes Perfect
Exam Trouble - How to Avoid It, What to Do About It
Succeeding on Exams by Succeeding at Law School
Outlining for Exam Success
What's Class Got to Do With It?
Afterword: The Zen of Law School