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In order to save time and not throw yourself headlong into the heart of the volcano, you must first take the time to assess your workload. To do this, list the subjects that will be assessed on the exam and then indicate the number of pages to learn according to each of them. Then give them a /10 rating (or stars) to assess their respective difficulty.

What is the purpose of this preliminary work? It’s simple: will allow you to prioritize your learning. By taking into account the level of difficulty of the subjects, their importance and the workload required, you will already know where to start. At work !

Make a plan

Once everything is clear, it’s time to organize your revisions . Yes, the program will not happen on its own. It is very important that you know exactly what to do during your revision periods in order to optimize your time . This one is very precious What better than a schedule for that? An ally of all students, it allows you to get to work quickly and without asking questions.

Here is, in a few steps, how to create your own schedule:

Before you can learn a law course, it is absolutely necessary to understand it. Although law is a subject where rote learning is required (including certain articles of the Civil Code, dates in history, etc.), most subjects above all require significant reflection on the part of students.

In other words, you will be evaluated on your ability to use your course thoughtfully and methodically. You must therefore first learn to reason and abandon the idea of ​​memorizing your lessons without having studied them well beforehand.

Analyze the plan

In order to better understand a law course, you can start by analyzing its plan . The structure and the logical sequence of ideas will be well highlighted. This will make it easier for you to study and draw the most important conclusions . Also note that this work will make your job easier during the exams, because it will help you find plans for your essay! You’re welcome

Make mind maps

In order to highlight important information even more, do not hesitate to put it on a visual support . The advantage? Highlight the connections between the different ideas and separate them well from each other to avoid confusion.

 Mental maps, also called mindmaps, are super practical for breaking down a notion into smaller relative notions, and thus understanding the logic behind a theme. They also allow you to take a step back from your course and see it in a more global way, while extracting the most important elements to remember.

If you have done your assessment correctly and you have already understood your lessons after reviewing them, it is time to make revision sheets. These will allow you to synthesize the information you need to know and highlight the important points.

Don’t know how to make review sheets? Here are some tips:

The new “sharing” feature will be very useful to you, since it will allow you to share your digitized files with your friends from your account, directly via the application! If your partner was not there at the last TD, he will be eternally grateful to you… And will owe you one

The spaced repetition

This method is based on the concept of the forgetting curve , invented by the German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus. This stipulates that when you memorize information for the first time, there is little chance that it will remain engraved in your memory. On the other hand, if you study it again before it has time to pack up, you increase your chances of retaining it…

This process is to be repeated several times at precise and sufficiently spaced intervals . To revise too soon would be useless, but to revise too late would be less effective.

With the SCRIBZEE ® application , you can schedule reminders (thanks to the “alarm clock” icon) once your files have been digitized on the application. You will receive a notification on the day and time chosen to remind you that it is time to revise your law lessons!

The flashcards

On the program of law courses, there are many definitions, but also judgments and their dates to learn by heart, to be able to highlight them in your essays for example. Flashcards are then a good way to learn them, avoiding the phenomenon of brainwashing which can quickly be demotivating.

On the front of a FLASH 2.0 flashcard , write a question that you could potentially be asked on a knowledge test, and on the back, the information you need to remember (dates, definitions, notions, principles/exceptions). Be concise , the goal is not to rewrite your course on your little flashcard but to give you material to develop your oral answer.

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