The Socratic Method is synonymous with law school. While the method is extremely valuable for lawyers, it is not helpful for law students; and oftentimes, it just detracts from them learning the law.
What people say?
I felt unprepared for the exams because I didn't know how to prepare for a law school exam properly.
Once I began following the program, I found that not only did my understanding of the law improve, but my ability to write good exams. I CaLI'd three classes and made my law school's Dean's list every single semester that I implemented the program.
Even though I wasn't always able to keep up with my case reading, I found that on test day, my method of preparation far surpassed that of my diligent peers who spent hours prepping for the possibility that they might be called upon in class.
I also learned that the quiet ones and those who didn't sound particularly prepared during cold calls where the ones who ended up CALI'ing classes and making Law Review, dispossessing me of the illusion that having the right answer in class corresponds to final grades. Your grade is usually based on one final exam. Knowing how to perform on that exam is the single most important skill that you can glean from the program.
I fully endorse the efficacy of the program and would recommend it to any law student who wishes to tap into the secret to being in the top 10 to 20 percent.