016: Study Strategies for Different Learning Styles in Law School
Published October 12, 2015
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    Studying in law school is not one-size fits all. Each student learns in a different way. The key is to recognize the type of learner you are and use that information to optimize your study style - for YOU. 

    In this episode we talk bout:

    • The three main types of learning styles - Auditory, Visual and Kinesthetic
    • Whether learning styles even exist
    • How to figure out your learning preferences you are
    • Specific techniques for each learning style in law school
    • How to outline and what type of learner should (and shouldn't) utilize outlining
    • Why you should probably handwrite your outlines
    • The basics of attack plans, and why they're important (for everyone!)
    • Using checklists vs. roadmaps for your attack plans
    • Flowcharts, Flashcards, and Mnemonics and who can benefit from them


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    Alison & Lee

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