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Rigos UBE Seamless Process Prep Has 3 Powerful Components


Auditory learners absorb best by hearing the law, visual learners learn best by reading the law, and kinesthetic learners learn best by applying the information to exam type of questions.  Rigos students get all three learning components built into our listen, read, practice system.



1.      Early Bird start - "Smart slower flying birds can reach the destination on time as long as they start their preparation journey early."  Be an early bird.


2.      Absorb the Orientation lecture, Writing, and Performance workshops.


3.     Before your Home Study Learning Session, quickly preview those subjects that you didn’t have in law school or otherwise want more foundation in before the detailed learning session.


4.     Listen carefully to all of the internet substantive lectures.


5.     Summarize the text and complete your Magic Memory Outlines® by using our Word templates.  Doing these well is extremely important to your success.


6.    Memorize your Magic Memory Outlines® and our Acronym-Mnemonics.


7.     Write and timely upload all of our individually critiqued and graded essay and performance questions for prompt evaluation and suggestions by our grading-tutoring team.


8.   Take all class practice exam sets.


9.  Complete and return the course improvement evaluation form.


10.   Complete a final review and make a bona fide best effort on the UBE.


The above learning steps are a summary and Mr. Rigos spends two hours on the details during the orientation session.


The whole of the Seamless process is greater than the sum of the parts; therefore, we advise students to take our course only if they can commit to a 100% effort.

Last updated on 3/8/2018 12:49:14 PM