10 Apr, 2018
Just like essays, a multiple choice question on your law school final requires you to spot the legal issue, identify the legal rule, and analyze the facts before getting to your answer.
Students often assume certain facts or ignore missing elements. But this is what makes multiple choice questions the easiest method for tricking students. Don’t get caught by red herrings. Choose your answer based only on the facts presented.
As soon as the exam begins, make sure you figure out how many minutes you have per question. Generally, each multiple choice question is going to be worth the same amount of points so it’s important not to spend too much time on any single question. You don’t want to lose points on easier questions because you ran out of time.
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