There are many great bar exam resources out there with the advent of the internet! One of the top resources is Google. Of course, not everything you read on the internet is true and you should not use Google as your sole bar exam resource. But it can be a very helpful resource to consult nonetheless.
Here, we tell you how to use Google as a bar exam resource.
How to use Google as a bar exam resource
1. Google has a ton of bar exam tips and articles.
We know this, because we constantly write bar exam tips and articles. You may wonder how to create a bar exam study schedule. Or where to find past multistate essay exam questions. Or what the New York bar exam is like.
A simple google search can give you a lot of insight instantaneously!
So if you have a question you are not sure how to answer, try plugging it into google.
2. Google can lead you to excellent free resources!
There are a plethora of free bar exam resources out there. Here are a few examples of some of the many free resources we offer:
- MBE: we link to free Civil Procedure questions and have free MBE tips of the day.
- MPT: we have an MPT one-sheet which students love. We also have a post on MPT formats.
- MEE: we have posts on highly tested MEE topics, an MEE chart, and predictions!
You can find all of these (and more) on our free resources page.
3. You can quickly look up legal questions you may have.
Wondering what a “token chose” is? Or “cy pres?” Looking for an example of an “inferior” officer? A quick google search can reveal definitions and examples to illustrate tricky concepts.
It is often much faster than flipping through endless bar exam books or emailing a representative of your bar review course. Further, you will likely remember the definition better if you find the answer yourself.
A few cautionary words about using Google as a bar exam resource:
- Make sure your source is credible. It is not hard to start a blog or have an opinion about something! We have read some bar exam advice online that we do not agree with! Make sure that you check your source to see if it is something you should rely on. If you are skeptical, seek other sources of information.
- Not everything on google is accurate. We have noticed a few misstatements of law or inaccurate explanations to legal dilemmas. Just remember that while Google is a good resource, not everything is necessarily going to be 100% true and accurate.
Google can be a great bar exam resource if used correctly. It can save you time and clarify concepts quickly and expediently. It can also be a great source of advice and insight. Thus, we recommend using Google as a bar exam resource!
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