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Bar Exam Brief
— Information to help make your bar study and planning as efficient and effective as possible.
— A collaboration between The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) and various boards of bar examiners across the United States.
— Offers personalized one-on-one instruction on the state bar exams of California, D.C., Georgia, Florida, Maryland, New York and New Jersey.
California Bar Exam Primer
— A free site with information about the California Bar Exam.
Compilation of Bar Examination Questions and Answers in the United States
— Offers individuals studying for the Bar Examination a number of official state questions and official answers.
Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements
— From the National Conference of Bar Examiners and American Bar Association
Pass the Maryland Bar
— Free substantive and practiced information concerning passing the bar exam. Site compiled and maintained by first time passer.
Peak Performance Preparation
— Mental conditioning and memory training for the California Bar Exam.
University of Miami Bar Exam Preparation Guide
Washburn's Bar Preparation Page
— Information on state requirements and bar prep courses.
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