I agree with both of my cohorts. Experience not only helps, but I
think increases your odds of passing exponentially. Kayton's course
is the best. Unfortunately, its also the most expensive (funny how
that works out, eh?). My advice -- don't cut corners here. Take the
Kayton course...it will help you pass and will also give you valuable
information that actually applies to the practice. Not many bar
review courses (of any kind) can say that.
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