OK...I'm getting ready to plunk down the money for a bar prep course.
I'm an evening student who works full time during the day. I'm finishing my last semester right now. Taking the Feb 2007 CA bar exam. For bar prep, I'm looking primarily at options that are well established, and have CDs available for home-study of at least the substantive material (I work/live about 1 hour north of LA, and want the CDs to use on my long drives to school). So far I've narrowed it down to the following:
1. Barbri (w/CDs)
2. Barpassers (w/CDs)
3. Professor Schmidt (LECC) -- local program with pretty good rep. He'll let me use the CDs or the live lecture, not both.
I'm leaning toward Barpassers right now, because the materials seem comparable to Barbri, with flowcharts added in to boot. Anybody have experience with these, or informed opinions about them?