Question for those of you who took BarBri: would you say knowing the outlines in the Conviser book (I think that's what it's called) cold is all that you need to know to pass, or is it a must to study cover to cover the in-depth outlines in the other books as well? I ask because someone - who passed the bar the first time - said that all he did was study the Conviser to get the substantive law down cold, and the rest of the time, he just did practice essays/MBE questions. I hope what he said is true, for it seems downright impossible to memorize all of the stuff in the 8 BarBri books. It would also help ease the pressure, for I have to go out of town 5 days before the bar exam, and won't return until the Sunday before the bar exam; I plan on studying by listening the audio lectures I have uploaded to my iPod, and I'm hoping that is enough.
Wiimote,Is there any reason to be that rude? I mean damn so u dont agree with what slacker is saying do u need to be exceptionally rude like that?? geeezzzzzzzzz