I wrote a disposition for the algorithms course I attended. It's purpose was exactly that; to be a concise version of the most important topics covered in our text box (which was CLRS). I'm reluctant to publish it on Scribd.com or anywhere else until I have examined the document thoroughly and being satisfied with its contents, but a working copy can be obtained at https://github.com/CasperBHansen/DIKU_AD_2013/. In order to read it you will need to know how to build the pdf document from the LaTeX source, which is what the repository is for. The document itself is just 65 pages long.
An older copy can be downloaded directly from my website at http://casperbhansen.dk/files/ad-disposition.pdf — this obviously contains more typos/mistakes, which have since been corrected.
It does contain several typos because it was written over just a few days whilst undergoing another exam and obviously preparing for the algorithms exam by practicing proofs, and I have yet to patch the typos and errors up as I have been very busy ever since. But I'm sure anyone who reads it would recognise the mistakes easily, as they are usually in contradiction with accompanying text or formulae, so it is easily figured out whenever a typo occurs.
I hope it can help you get started.