Once you have the list of issues and the order in which you would analyze them, then develop shorthand for the major elements or tests that will form the bulk of the analysis. Use this shorthand on your attack outline so that you don't forget to hit on the elements in the analysis. Shorthand and a condensed format will make for a highly idiosyncratic one pager that will probably be understandable to no one but you. That doesn't matter. You're the only person who needs to understand the one pager. If done properly, the attack outline transforms good students into outstanding students.
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A Note About Formatting: Outlines usually follow a specific format using parallelism, Roman Numerals, upper case letters, and sometimes numbers to indicate ideas with different levels of importance. Unless your instructor is planning to collect and grade your outline based on proper formatting, try not to get too hung up on making sure that you're formatting each section properly. The important thing to remember is that the outline is meant to be a helpful organizational tool --compose your outline in such a way that it will be helpful to you !