Professors have the option of making past exam questions available. Review these samples to get an idea of how material will be tested or what types of questions will be asked (short answer, multiple choice, etc.). Check your course Canvas page for past exams.
Whether you're just starting out and need a nutshell or you need the in-depth coverage of a treatise, the Law Library has the Civil Procedure class resources you need. Request any of these titles at the library desk. For more assistance, ask a librarian!
Nutshells are the briefest overview of a particular topic in law. Get your bearings with a nutshell.
Hornbooks cover subjects in more detail than nutshells. These resources will explain the structure and operation of an area of law.
A treatise covers an area of law in great detail. Usually multi-volume sets, treatises offer explanation, commentary, and citations to primary sources.