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Study Aids and Exam Preparation Resources

This Research Guide provides information and resources to aid students in achieving academic success.

BC Law Course Outlines

Creating an outline for your course serves as a way to review course material, investigate concepts you need to reinforce, and comprehend  the "big picture" of the course content.  Outlining is a very personalized process depending on how you organize your daily class notes, excerpts from readings, and comments on your professor's emphasis of certain points.

The BC Law Students Association (LSA) has created a bank of student-created course outlines. Now you can compare the content and format of your outlines with those of other BC Law students!  Access the outlines by visiting this page on Engage. Click the Sign In button, and log in with your BC credentials.  The outline bank is not comprehensive; it was built with student contributions. Comments, questions about these outlines?  Contact the LSA.

 

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Ask a Librarian

Click the link to chat with a librarian and ask any questions that you might have or submit a request here.

Exam Prep Study Aid Series

WASA = West Academic Study Aids

ALL = Aspen Learning Library

CALI Lessons for Exam Prep

CALI Lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorials published by the non-profit Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. The Law School Study Skills Fellowship has created a new series of CALI lessons devoted to aiding law students in mastering their curriculum, including exam taking. Topics of these lessons include:

Other Exam Prep Resources

Selected Online Readings on Law School Exams