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Not on the other side of the bar yet, so I can't comment from personal experience. Others I know who didn't take either and passed a UBE bar first try were fine waiting to study until after finals. I've heard that secured transactions is pretty easy to pick up for bar purposes.TWERP34 wrote: ↑Thu Apr 15, 2021 3:45 pmI am a 3L that did not take criminal procedure nor secured transactions. Should I start studying these topics before bar prep begins? Or can these topics be learned fairly easy? I am taking a UBE bar and have taken all other bar topics. Really regretting not taking criminal procedure at this point. Any advice would be appreciated.
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There is no need to start bar prep early.
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