Law revision HELPWatch
I don't use flashcards or Quizlet. I summarise all my notes and do the same from every lecturer and workshop i have. I can't multi task whilst in class so i record the class and contribute as much as possible to ensure the learning is well understood. Then summarise the notes after the workshop. As i'm a visual learner, i associate pictures to cases to help me remember them and use them for my consolidated notes which are different from my summarised notes.
The consolidated notes are materials i revise for the exam. It goes from paragraphs of reading to a simple line or sentence. Its all you can expect from a visual learner i.e. flow charts, mnenomics, pictures of cases, arrows, catch phrases and dictation of statute law so i can visually remember. I force myself to either write one page or one slide per topic of classroom subjects. Use the same pictures from the summarised notes.
As i say not a good example and sure there will be others. i have check lists for completing the resources i am given and use textbooks for where im not clear or find the reading very dry. Very thorough because If i don't know something inside and out, i tend to expose myself in the exam. I like to know the subject im writing.
I took shortcuts at the beginning of my Law course and im gutted i didn't put the work in at the beginning. I did alright but not as well as i do now. Remember everyone is different but everyone puts the hard work in. Taking shortcuts should only play to your key strengths.