This course is designed to enhance the skills that are necessary to succeed in law school, with increased emphasis on the ability to apply the law and other authority through essay exam writing. The course provides further strategies to improve study techniques. Course instruction includes both small-group and one-on-one meetings. This noncredit course is graded on a scale of A, B, C, D and F and is not subject to the Mandatory Grade Distribution set forth in the Student Handbook. This course is required for first-year students who have a cumulative GPA of 2.200 or below or who received a course grade of “D” or below in Legal Foundations, and is elective for all other first-year students.