- File Size: 246 KB
- Print Length: 122 pages
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- Publisher: Lake George Press (January 7, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 7, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009HXI10C
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Bar Exam Basics: A Roadmap for Bar Exam Success (Pass the Bar Exam Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Over the years, I've taken a few bar exams and attended a few bar prep courses (e.g. BARBRI).
Yet, I STILL took away solid advice and strategies from Matt Racine's "Bar Exam Basics" and "How To Write Bar Exam Essays."
Here's why they're both worth buying:
1. After graduating from law school, you'll likely panic after realizing you have to shove 3 years worth of law into your brain (much of which you've either: 1) never learned; or 2) forgotten since your 1L year).
2. Racine's book lends a helpful and comforting hand by outlining a game plan for getting mentally & physically prepared for taking the bar exam.
3. Bar prep materials merely give you a list of scheduled topics, but not HOW to study, develop your own schedule, and formulate a routine. Furthermore, Racine tells you WHY it's important.
4. It's a quick and easy read (115 pages).
5. It's like $10. Thus, literally being the cheapest book (and investment) you'll ever make in your bar exam preparation.