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Constitutional Law Outline


Constitutional Law Outline
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FREE FOR JULY 4TH WEEKEND. Happy Independence Day!
Pass the Bar with the Constitutional Law Outline app!

Effectively learn and apply the concepts relating to Constitutional Law with this app in order to pass the bar...The Constitutional Law Outline app is a great app to help you supplement your law school studies.

Constitutional law defines the relationship between the different entities within a government - in the U.S. this is the executive branch, the legislative branch, and the judicial branch.

The benefits of Constitutional Law Outline App:

* Saves you time - No need to write your own

* Improve your active recall - Flashcards used as supplemental study guides force you to remember concepts from scratch; which has been proven more effective at improving your active recall than simply re-reading text.

* Learn the concepts faster - Learn concepts faster by simply using flashcards to learn a single question over random time intervals.

* Study anywhere - Works on even the oldest iPads, iPhones, and iPods (Touch), so you can study wherever you are.

* Engage your metacognition - Having the answers on one side has been proven to better ingrain principles into our memories.

* Gage your progress - The more you can skip questions, the more you know.

* Works Offline - No Internet connection? No problem.

* Improves Focus - You are forced to read every card individual, instead of skimming pages of text, and you are virtually free of any other distractions.

* Well suited for all learning styles

* 93% of teachers say flashcards help students learn more efficiently

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