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Who can recommend a good online preparation course for the NY bar?

Thanks
Who can recommend a good online preparation course for the NY bar?

Thanks
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barbri, https://www.barbri.com/states/new-york/

or

Kaplan, https://www.kaptest.com/bar-exam/courses/new-york-bar-review

[Edited by # on Dec 11, 2019]

[b]barbri[/b], https://www.barbri.com/states/new-york/

or

[b]Kaplan[/b], https://www.kaptest.com/bar-exam/courses/new-york-bar-review
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There are tons and they all vary in cost, but ultimately cover the same material. There’s Themis, Quimbee and BarMax is the cheapest. Barbri is usually the most expensive and it is the “gold standard”. The value of the programs all depend on how much time you put in to them, which ideally should be 300-600 hours, and at least 30 practice rounds of the written parts. If you can, I would recommend doing a program in person or finding a study group local to you. The value of having comrades is immeasurable. They keep you on pace. The NY Bar Exam is hard, do not convince yourself otherwise.
There are tons and they all vary in cost, but ultimately cover the same material. There’s Themis, Quimbee and BarMax is the cheapest. Barbri is usually the most expensive and it is the “gold standard”. The value of the programs all depend on how much time you put in to them, which ideally should be 300-600 hours, and at least 30 practice rounds of the written parts. If you can, I would recommend doing a program in person or finding a study group local to you. The value of having comrades is immeasurable. They keep you on pace. The NY Bar Exam is hard, do not convince yourself otherwise.
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