What to Say and How to Say it on Contracts, UCC, Torts, and Crimes, Law School and Bar Exams Includes 137 most commonly tested issues and 216 rules and definitions to help answer them, 160 issue spotting hints, time budgeting techniques, tips on how to avoid conclusionary answers, and 20 practice questions with simple answers. Recognized by the California Bar Association The California Bar Association does not advocate that any particular exam style is the best. But the exam style advocated by Dr. Tyler has been repeatedly selected by the California Bar Association as a superior approach in its selection of "exemplary answers" submitted by examinees. After the June 2002 First Year Law Student Examinations HALF of the "exemplary answers" released by the California Bar were based on Dr. Tyler's approach (The Exemplary Answers 1(B), 2(A) and 4(B) were almost entirely based on Tyler’s “Nailing the Bar” approach, and Answer 3(B) used Tyler’s definition for murder virtually word for word!) It is significant that ONE student answer based on Dr. Tyler's approach was selected by the California Bar for each area tested on the examination because it shows Dr. Tyler's "Nailing the Elements" approach is effective in every examination area.
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Tim Tyler, Ph.D., is a practicing attorney and author of dozens of publications on how to take law-school and bar examinations. He received his doctorate in economics from the University of California and later graduated number one in his law-school class. He passed the California State Bar Exam on his first attempt and is now a practicing attorney in California.
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