I hear that BarBri gives you ton of information and expect you to cram it in your brain within two months--not realistic.
Necessary but non-effective for quite a few. Review the passyourbar.com student testimonials (yes I know for a fact that at least three of those attorney's are real people). I would like more feedback for those who have actually taken Barbri and PASSED the bar on the first try as well as those who have taken passyourbar.com.
I got your point and that is why I said that there are SOME people that frequent this board who have taken and DID NOT PASS the bar exam and are retaking the bar in July so you seemed to have missed my point.People who have taken the bar exam are NOT lawyers if they did not pass the bar exam and those are some of the people who will have insight on Barbri and other bar review courses. And my original post is asking for feedback on Barbri AND Pass your Bar as indicated in the first line of that post.
More proof that this board is sadly in decline.Lay off. There was nothing inherently wrong with the OP's question. What is wrong is that members feel it necessary to try and take a shot at anyone who posts anything they might find even remotely objectionable.Be patient. You might just get a reasonable response that doesn't include any advice on proper posting etiquette and has something to do with the question you asked (quite reasonably, I might add).I've heard good things about the BarBri program, but nothing about the passyourbar program. Most of the students and lawyers I know took BarBri, so I'm inclined to believe there is a good reason for the programs popularity. Of course, it may just be one of those things that people just 'do' as a way to focus and structure their bar review. Good luck.The best advice I can give you is to ignore the dillweeds who post in your thread to criticize you or make you feel unintelligent. By interacting with them, you only give them new targets. They don't and wont listen because they don't and wont care. People with an inflated sense of self tend to seek out confrontation because it makes them feel connected to something or someone. Don't feed them - it drives them crazy.
Well he's had it in for me ever since I kinda ran over his dog... Well, replace the word "kinda" with "repeatedly" and the word "dog" with "son."