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Looking at reviews online, PLI seems to have the consistently best ratings in terms of being the most comprehensive, understandable, and up-to-date. The only reason I haven't jumped on it is that even with the student discount, it's ~$1800, whereas something like Omniprep is about $500. If PLI is that much better, I'll go ahead and get it, but I was hoping to hear from people here who have used it.
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I took the exam before all the AIA changes, and I used PLI and spent a lot of time on the mypatentbar website. I think if you are disciplined enough, then you don't need PLI. PLI is very good, but the exam covers a lot of material and there really aren't any shortcuts.