To Outline or Not to Outline

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The general rule is an outline should only be done if it helps you prepare for the particular exam you will be taking. For example, many students do not outline for a take-home exam if they have plenty of time to work on it, because they would rather focus their time preparing in other ways. On the other hand, an outline is normally useful in preparation for in-class exams. The point is, consider what type of exam you will be taking (it helps to review the professor’s old exams), and prepare for the exam in way that is best for you.

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