« on: November 22, 2004, 09:50:37 AM »
Just check the probabilities. I don't know off-hand of a resource for this, but BarBri gave me the stats for NY (anyone know some links?). There are some things that weren't even tested on the exams I took that I thought were important in law school because my school emphasized them. For example, Administrative Law is not on either the New York or Massachusetts exams, but my school had some famous admin profs and they made it sounds like a "must take" (a valuable class, but most classes are).
I guess what I'm saying is that I would recommending getting more info an a particular bar and prioritizing. In my case - UCC wasn't any help on the bar, but Trusts, Wills, & Estates and Corporations were good to have taken.