Sample Outline From The Study Group
A rep from The Study Group sent me 2 samples of their outlines. The 1st is called the "Bar Points" - a shorter outline. The 2nd is a Crim Law outline. I thought that they were very good and wanted to pass them on. I liked the format of the Bar Points and the charts and examples in the Crim Law outline...
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Officially Starting the Long Trek!!
The long weekend was great... Partying, relaxing and taking some time for myself. Now that I'm back, it's time to really start thinking about taking this bar exam. I will be working for the 1st time while studying for the bar exam. The other times I had either just graduated from law school or was taking some time off from work and taking a night class or just studying on my own. This time, I will be working the whole time. That's why I am starting now for the February 2007 exam. (Why can't I ever spell February?)
From what I have read and heard from others, I think that I am going to go with The Study Group. Because I will be studing for the VA exam from NY, I need a home study course. So The Study Group and Micromash are my only real alternatives (REFUSE to do Barbri - I think that they are aweful!) Because I am an audio studier, I need something that "lectures" at me. Micromash doesn't have an audio portion - only reading stuff from the computer software and books. That won't do it for me... start zoning out if I don't "actively" learn (ie. following the books and taking notes while being letured at). So TSG is the way to go for me... Does anyone have any other thoughts?
Of course, PMBR red and blue book... but no classes this time. Pretty confident on the MBE (169 for NY - got my score because of NJ). But definitely will do both the red and blue books again... Feel like I can teach the damn class at this point... (Have done both books twice.)
Well, any suggestions or words of advice would be great