136: How to Attack Multiple Choice Questions on Law School Exams

Released Monday, 5th March 2018
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Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast! Today, we're talking about how to attack multiple choice questions on a law school exam - something we're seeing a lot more of these days!
In this episode, we discuss:
  • Why we are seeing more multiple choice questions on law school exams
  • The right answer versus the best answer - how legal multiple choice questions are different than other multiple choice exams
  • We walk you through a sample multiple choice question and give you tips on how to approach it
  • How and why practicing multiple choice questions can help you study even if your exam doesn't include them
  • Where to find more practice questions
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Alison & Lee

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