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Kaplan PMBR FINALS: Torts: Core Concepts and Key Questions

The Kaplan PMBR FINALS Series is designed to provide students with all the ammunition needed to succeed on their law school exams.  Unlike other commercial outline series, Kaplan PMBR FINALS: Torts features several integrated sections: substantive course outlines, question summary outlines, practice questions, and fully detailed explanatory answers. Kaplan PMBR FINALS: Torts contains three types of questions of

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The Kaplan PMBR FINALS Series is designed to provide students with all the ammunition needed to succeed on their law school exams.

 

Unlike other commercial outline series, Kaplan PMBR FINALS: Torts features several integrated sections: substantive course outlines, question summary outlines, practice questions, and fully detailed explanatory answers.

Kaplan PMBR FINALS: Torts contains three types of questions of varying difficulty. The True/False questions merely require the student to know the black letter of the law. The multiple choice questions require knowledge of the black letter law and some legal reasoning skills. The essay questions require deep thought and extensive legal reasoning.

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Comments

Dee says:

Helpful capsule OL, the rest is not a great value This book (and possibly the others in the series) appears to be mostly reprinted material. The best content is the capsule outline–which I’m guessing is adapted from PMBR’s bar prep material . The “flowcharts” really just org-style charts for topic interrelation, not if/then charts for rule application (a la CrunchTime.) The charts are only “customizable” in the sense that you don’t have to read them all, so far as I can tell. 

Anonymous says:

Answer explanations are worthless. This book is riddled with mistakes–particularly in the multiple choice questions sections. One example: a question asks you to determine which statement(s) of 3 is correct. One of the statements is “D’s action may not be removed.” The book says that statement is incorrect because “the D v. P action is not removable…” Does not compute. 

K. Ventura says:

More of a “storybook” than a study aid I purchased this book to prepare for a law school exam. 

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