Exams!

Classes are winding down, and most of you are deep into exam preparation. This is just a reminder that the Library has a number of study aids you may find useful.  Among them:

We have some more general guides on preparing for exams available as well. The most recent editions are on Reserve available at the Circulation Desk. They can be checked out for two hour in-Library use.

Our Guide for 1Ls has a more extensive list of study aids and hornbooks for first-year courses and general guides to exam preparation. Links to podcasts from CALI are included as well.

Speaking of CALI, don’t forget that CALI has a wide range of exercises you can use for exam review. You’ll need to use our CALI code to set up your account.

If you are struggling putting your outlines together, Lexis has some area of law outlines available for free that may help you get organized.

Old exams are useful for practicing issue spotting. Some Pace Law professors release old exams to the Library, and these are available on the Law Library on TWEN site. If you can’t access this site just add it to your list of TWEN courses.

The Library is open for extended hours for exam study beginning April 17. Hours are available here.

Good luck on your exams!

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