Taking questions on how to self-study for the bar.

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jftrenton
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Re: Taking questions on how to self-study for the bar.

Postby jftrenton » Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:08 pm

I used this one, alongside other materials. Not a bad book of outlines for self-study, and inexpensive, too.

https://www.createspace.com/4193905

http://www.amazon.com/Outlines-Checklis ... p_t_1_TVKX

sammykeb
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Re: Taking questions on how to self-study for the bar.

Postby sammykeb » Tue Oct 14, 2014 7:13 pm

I don't know if anybody is looking at this thread anymore, but I want to thank its author and the other posters for giving me the conviction to self-study for the bar. I too graduated around median, and by buying last year's bar review books off Ebay, I successfully passed the TN bar on the first try.

It's super satisfying to re-read a certain Barbri salesman's emails (His name is Chuck) and see, in response to my question about a registration deadline for one of the Barbri scholarships, "no deadline, but I don’t want to be played against the competition. It’s a great deal and we have a much better product than everyone else. Don’t be pennywise and pound foolish when it comes to the bar exam."

Well, I was pennywise, Chuck, and I saved about $1500.

And you, you reading this, you can do it, too. :mrgreen:




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