New York State specific bar prep

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jitsrenzo
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New York State specific bar prep

Postby jitsrenzo » Thu Jul 11, 2013 3:10 am

I'm doing some cramming for the bar, and I'm not sure what the most efficient way to approach the NYS specific stuff is. I think I know what to do for the MBE, but what's the best way to get ready for the state specific essays / multiple choice?

I'm devoting most of my time to the MBE, since there's so much overlap between that and the state portion.

I have the Kaplan course and the CMR, but I've heard that they're overkill for learning the New York stuff. What's the best way to learn it then?

Once I learn it, I can take a bunch of practice essays and MC problems. But I dunno shit so far...

jitsrenzo
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Re: New York State specific bar prep

Postby jitsrenzo » Mon Jul 15, 2013 1:39 am

Bump. 2 weeks left...

Do you guys learn the NY distinctions along after finishing the same MBE topic, or leave everything for last?




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