An outliner (or "outline processor") is a specialized type of word processor used to view, create, build, modify, and maintain outlines. It is a computer program, or part of one, used for displaying, organizing, and editing hierarchically arranged text in an outline's tree structure . Textual information is contained in discrete sections called "nodes", which are arranged according to their topic-subtopic (parent-child) relationships, sort of like the members of a family tree . When loaded into an outliner, an outline may be collapsed or expanded to display as few or as many levels as desired.
After going through every item they released in detail, I noticed patterns emerge. The most noticeable was that the bar examiners tested some material more frequently than others. For example, whenever a Civil Procedure question appeared we found that approximately forty (40%) percent of the time a component of the question dealt with the Diversity Subject Matter Jurisdiction rule. Since this rule is tested frequently, it makes sense to spend more time memorizing it than, say, the Depositions rule, which appeared only once in the last 23 years.