NOTE: The Spring 2020 IL section is not available, for general registration. Questions should be, directed to Associate Dean Libby Davis.Course, Type: Foundational, , Credits: 2 (credit/no credit scale), , Enrollment Limit: 60, must have completed at, least 56 credits to register, , Description: Advanced Analysis in Pre-bar Skills, is a skills-development course that focuses on, improving the analytical skills needed to, successfully complete the bar exam. This course, is specifically designed to enhance skills in, memorization, analytical reasoning, and writing., Specifically, you will receive in-depth skill, instruction on reading comprehension, issue, identification, rule mastery, critical thinking,, legal analysis, and recognition of distractors., You will also gain a strong conceptual, understanding and knowledge of doctrines in two, highly-tested subject areas. You will also learn, how to maximize your understanding and retention, of the legal concepts you will study during your, bar review course this summer. Finally, you will, learn the analytical and time-management, strategies necessary to successfully complete the, essay and practical portions of the bar exam. The, course will use problems and exercises in a bar, exam format to teach techniques for answering, multiple choice (MBE) questions and for, analyzing, organizing, and writing both essay, questions and the practical writing section of, the exam., , Prerequisite: none, , Evaluation Method: Exam and Papers, , 40% - Homework assignments and libraries, class, participation, attendance, conferences with, professor, , 40% - Graded homework assignments, , 20% - MPT Practice Exam and Final Exam, , Capstone: no, WIE: no, Programs: none, Themes: Bar Exam, Skills