I have pulled together some study materials for Civ Pro that you might find useful. Links and descriptions are included below.
I hope you find at least some of this material helpful.
Lexis Civ Pro Outline available at the link below. For your convenience I am attaching the Word document to this email. The Outline is thorough, and in Word format it is easy for you to cut and paste useful parts into your own outline.
Westlaw Civ Pro Capsule Summary available at the link below. This summary is not as thorough as the Lexis outline, but you may still find it useful.
Not sure who this person is, but his website has a nice outline, especially the section on jurisdiction:
For visual learners, this guy has some really great flowcharts for jurisdiction (the flow charts are in JPEG format, so you can copy and paste them into your outlines):
Casebriefs.com has some multiple choice questions and answers that you can use for self-study:
Don't forget CALI lessons. Below is a link specific to Civil Procedure. The good thing about CALI lessons is that they provide not only review, but also questions with immediate feedback. You can also copy and paste rules and explanations into your outline.
University of Florida Professor has a number of multiple-choice /essay exams and answers: