letter to go with outlines

letter to go with outlines - Youve probably been told to be...

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You’ve probably been told to be careful from whom you take advice, find out how that person did in school. It’s true. So why should you listen to me? Well, my grades were okay in school—my lowest grade was 71, with a total of 3 under 75 and 8 over 80. I mentored people every year and ALL of my mentees passed, with some improving from failing to earning grades in the 75 to 85 range. All they needed was an explanation of what they were supposed to do, and then to put forth the effort and do it. I opted for the 4-year program because I prefer time to let information sink in. Not everyone wants or needs that. Remember, the finish line is not at graduation, but in passing the Bar. Feel free to use/refer to these outlines—but you should make your own to ensure understanding the information. There are plenty of people who failed First Year because they thought that all they needed was an outline. YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPTS or an outline is just words on paper that you won’t know what to do with when it’s time for the test. The outlines are locked.
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course PR 123 taught by Professor Gramer during the Spring '06 term at Loyola Law School Los Angeles.

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