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This lesson focuses upon the concept of metacognition and teaches you how to enhance your understanding about how you learn to better improve your study, organizational, test-taking and self-assessment skills with the goal of improving your performance in law school.

The lesson should help you better understand your individual learning process and show you how to use this information to develop study and test-taking skills needed for success in law school.

This lesson also includes video commentary from the author that expands on the material in the lesson.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:

  1. Better understand how to develop your skills as a law school learner.
  2. Create a schedule, and develop study strategies that work in tandem with this schedule, that helps you work more effectively and efficiently.
  3. Assess your own work to better understand where you performed well, where you struggled, and how your study and test-taking strategies impacted your performance.
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