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Hard bound SCRA or computer printout?

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1 Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:55 am

bbugoy


Arresto Mayor
hello. from which medium is it better to read jurisprudence? I say from computer printout because Im so lazy researching from the library. I with a click of the mouse, I can research the latest jurisprudence Very Happy

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2 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Sat Aug 30, 2008 11:33 am

shan


Arresto Menor
i like to have my own copy, too, so i can highlight and write on it. But the syllabus in the SCRA is helpful if you only want to know the pertinent ruling related to the subject matter and you don't have to read the whole text.

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3 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:54 pm

bbugoy


Arresto Mayor
shan wrote:i like to have my own copy, too, so i can highlight and write on it. But the syllabus in the SCRA is helpful if you only want to know the pertinent ruling related to the subject matter and you don't have to read the whole text.
ako nga po pag tinatamad e ung same same same lang binabasa ko he he banghead banghead

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4 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:10 pm

SoulCollector


Arresto Menor
hahahaha. i agree with bugay. whenever i have case digests, i base the issue from the same same portion of teh case. facts lang usually binabasa ko para madali. hehehehehe.

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5 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Tue Oct 27, 2009 3:40 pm

just and true


Arresto Menor
Yung SCRA may explanation na sa umpisa. Yung nakukuha sa internet wala. Kaya best kung sa SCRA mismo. Pero kung babasahin mo naman talaga yung case maiintindihan naman. best cguro bumili ng SCRA kahit isa o dalawa lang dahil sa totoo lang pare pareho lang ang mga kaso.

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6 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Sat Aug 07, 2010 12:23 am

redpula


Prision Correccional
i apply a rule, if my professor ask many questions in a case, reading scra with the syllabus will help pero, the safest is to read the whole case, kung hindi naman masyado metikuloso at gusto stating only the facts, issues and ruling, scra syllabus will be enough for him, to have a pleasing grade in the recit.

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7 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Thu Sep 16, 2010 12:31 pm

lex18g


Arresto Menor
nice technique redpula Very Happy

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8 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Sat Sep 18, 2010 4:22 pm

b_9904


Prision Correccional
I prefer any of the two mediums. I could duplicate the same same portion by simply scanning the decision and marking the areas that are relevant to my subject.

After that, I make my own mini digests/reviewer, even if the prof doesn't require it.

My classmates loves photocopying my personal notes and actual cases (may mga markings ko na kasi).

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9 Re: Hard bound SCRA or computer printout? on Thu Mar 17, 2011 12:55 pm

simplengtanong


Arresto Menor
redpula wrote:i apply a rule, if my professor ask many questions in a case, reading scra with the syllabus will help pero, the safest is to read the whole case, kung hindi naman masyado metikuloso at gusto stating only the facts, issues and ruling, scra syllabus will be enough for him, to have a pleasing grade in the recit.

i agree. mas maganda basahin ang whole case whether mismong scra or print out. guide lang naman ang syllabus para malaman mo kung ano ang mga issue sa case.

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