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I've heard that BARBRI sucks at preparing you for the MBE. I was wondering whether or not it was a good idea to purchase a supplement with PMBR or Adaptibar. Has anyone done that? Thoughts?
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BARBRI doesn't suck. People say Kaplan's better, but I'm not sure that it matters. I did borrow some of my friend's Kaplan books to take one of their tests to make sure my Barbri scores were consistent, and they were. I passed. If you are nervous about the MBE get adaptibar or borrow a PMBR book and do some questions.
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I paid for Adaptibar and it was worth every penny. It was, IMO, the best way to learn the MBE subjects.
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I used AdaptiBar - I think it is typically around $650 or something - our school gave out some free accounts (apparently the founder is an alum). It is a great program, tons and tons of practice questions, really detailed feedback. I think it is worth the money.