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Current Law Students / Re: Law School Prep Books
« on: April 07, 2006, 07:02:56 PM »
Don't waste your money on any store-bought study-aids.  All you need is to enroll in PMBR and BarBri, and submit the deposits they require.  PMBR and BarBri are bar review courses that you will eventually take to prepare for the bar exam.  As a 1L, all you need to put on deposit is like $175 for BarBri and $100 for PMBR.  When you enroll, you get free study aids for your first year courses, and the deposit you submit goes towards bar review courses that you will eventually have to take to pass the bar anyway.  Besides the study aids, its a good idea to sign up early because the price of these courses goes up every year, and submitting your deposit early allows you to lock in the price of the course at the time you submit your deposit.  I wish I had done it my first year...PMBR also has amazing audio study aids that explain black letter law pretty well.  You can choose these as part of the study aids you get for free when you enroll.  You can sign up for PMBR on this site that one of their reps put together to make the process quick and easy for you no matter what year you are in.  The site is  It has instructions on how to sign up.  Once you sign up, you get your review materials in the mail within like 10 business days.  Best of luck!

Current Law Students / Re: Mutiple Choice - shoot me now.
« on: April 07, 2006, 06:54:18 PM »
Perhaps the best way to prepare for multiple choice exams that you typically see in law school is to do the ones that you will see on the multistate bar as practice.  Most people take the PMBR course to prepare them for the multistate portion of the bar exam, but what many people don't know is that you can sign up with PMBR while still in your first year, and get free study aids for submitting a deposit toward the course which you will eventually take to prepare for the multistate bar anyway.  The multiple choice questions for PMBR are excellent.  I heard one of PMBR's reps put together a website that helps you enroll with PMBR early quickly and easily.  The website is  Best of luck on those MC exams!

One thing I wish I had done early on is register for both barbri and pmbr courses.  First, you get the benefit of locking in the price of bar reveiw courses which increase in price every year, and second, you get free study aids for your courses just for enrolling.  Finally, at my school, barbri showed video lectures of first year law subjects around finals time which many people found helpful.  PMBR is really good for preparing for multi-state type questions that many law professors ask on multiple choice exams, and they've got great audio study aids.  I think that the deposit for PMBR for a 1L is like $100, which goes toward the price of the bar course you are likely to take eventually, and you get like 3 study aids or something for free when you join.  I heard about this website put together by a PMBR rep that makes the enrollment process quick and easy.  It's  Best of luck in your first year!!!

Current Law Students / Re: Bar Exam Structure.....
« on: April 07, 2006, 06:40:49 PM »
Anyone interested in the multiple choice questions on the Multistate bar should definately enroll in a PMBR course.  You can do so at  It is a great site put together by one of PMBR's reps, and makes the enrollment process simple. 

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