The title of the zip file is "2000+ Pages of Law School Outlines, Notes, Analysis." It is on ebay.com and sells for $3.99. I have it on my Kindle and I am glad I am able to study anywhere I go. There are a few typo and grammatical mistakes in the notes. But, overall the file does help me memorize the law. I should pass the certified paralegal exam with this file.
For the other poster regarding law school exams: When I was at California Southern, I had to take the exams at a testing site. They were similar to the exams I took while I was a first year student at Mercer University's School of Law (1987 to 1988). Mid-Atlantic does not have mid term or final exams. What Mid-Atlantic does have is a final project. Before anyone receives a degree from this company, he or she has to complete a final project. It can be anything from serving a term of internship under an attorney to completing a thesis. Mid Atlantic is administered by a company. But so is DeVry University, ITT Tech, UMA Medical Academy, CTU, and hundreds of other schools distributed throughout the entire nation. Many years ago, home schooling was looked down upon as well. Now, it is an accepted form of education.
I didn't have enough money to complete Mercer, California Southern, or Mid Atlantic. I work as a security guard and I am divorced. As a result, I have opted to go for being a certified paralegal. I am getting experience by helping inmates with law issues by volunteering for the New Vision Organization. The only thing I [can] do is summarize court opinions for them. Florida monitors the unauthorized practice of law vigorously. I am a volunteer paralegal for that organization.