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La Fouine – Intro « On t’a jamais clashé connard, on tire pas sur les ambulances »




La Fouine continue la promotion de sa nouvelle mixtape CDC 4 (Capitale Du Crime). Le rappeur du 78 publie un nouvel extrait intitulé Intro. Vêtu intégralement en noir le rappeur colle à la couleur sombre de la prod. Un cimetière avec un corbillard composent le décor.




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  1. (Paperback) The Crunchtime books can be a great asset for exam prep. Each book includes flow chtras (which can be very helpful and are likely unlike anything you have seen in class), summaries of each topics, exam tips for each product including what is most commonly tested and what to say about a topic if tested, multiple choice questions and answers, short answer questions and answers, and essay questions and answers. I would recommended using this during the last week prior to the exam. It reinforces what you know and gives you great practice in answering exam questions. Although they have great information, they will not correlate with every professor’s class. In my experience, the Torts Crunchtime was invaluable and likely made a huge difference in my grade (especially recommended if your Torts professor includes any type of multiple choice on the exam). The Civ Pro Crunchtime was helpful, especially if there was any confusion on a particular topic. Due SOLELY to the difference in my professor’s teaching methods and the info in these books, the Contracts and Crim Law Crunchtime books were not helpful to me. The material differed too much from the books (everything was accurate, however, my professor’s gave certain topics a lot of weight and they were barely glazed over in the book). The helpfulness of these books depend on how they correlate to your class. If they do, there is no better resource for exam prep! Also, the only other study aid I purchased was the Examples and Explanations for each topic. They compliment the Crunchtime books well because they give you a more in depth, overall view of the topic, while Crunchtime focuses on last minute, helpful tips and answer practice. The E&E’s were the same as these books for me, Civ Pro and Torts were great, Crim Law and Contracts did not add much to my study preparation.