The value of an outline is in its creation. Creation leads to subject mastery.
The best way to prepare for your final exams is to make an outline for each course. An outline is a comprehensive road map that consists of your class notes and case briefs in one document. An outline will become your primary, and possibly only, study aid for exams.
For help with creating a course outline, please review the documents below or stop by Director Grubbs' office. You can also ask your Academic Fellow for help in creating a course outline.
Creating a Course Outline
Steps for Starting an Outline – Torts Example
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