How to use Barbri early start?

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beepz

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How to use Barbri early start?

Postby beepz » Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:32 am

I'm taking the July 2019 exam and haven't taken Evidence. I just looked at the Early Start program on Barbri's website and plan on trying to at least get through the Evidence material this semester since I should have plenty of free time. There are lectures posted, but all of the Barbri instructions only mention reading the short overview before doing AMP. Should it be Overview -> AMP -> Lectures? Or are we supposed to watch the videos before doing AMP?

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Re: How to use Barbri early start?

Postby mec215 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 5:57 pm

The short overviews are high-level summaries and usually don't have enough detail to feel like you have the necessary info to do the AMP questions. Though, you do learn from your wrong answers while doing the AMP. If you haven't taken Evidence, I would suggest watching the lectures before doing the AMP.

And remember, everything that is presented during the Early Start will be repeated a million times during bar prep, so don't stress at all about your ability to answer the AMP questions . Just look at the program as a preview of what bar prep will look like.

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Re: How to use Barbri early start?

Postby beepz » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:54 pm

mec215 wrote:The short overviews are high-level summaries and usually don't have enough detail to feel like you have the necessary info to do the AMP questions. Though, you do learn from your wrong answers while doing the AMP. If you haven't taken Evidence, I would suggest watching the lectures before doing the AMP.

And remember, everything that is presented during the Early Start will be repeated a million times during bar prep, so don't stress at all about your ability to answer the AMP questions . Just look at the program as a preview of what bar prep will look like.


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