MORE STUDENTS HAVE PASSED WITH BARBRI THAN ALL OTHER COURSES COMBINED.
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Each BARBRI review course includes all you need to succeed on the bar exam; the Paced Program™ to keep your studies on track, nationally acclaimed professors, and time-tested outlines and practice questions, to help you pass—the first time.
BARBRI’s Bar Review course consists of an intensive 6-8 week course. Typically, classes are 3 hours long and meet 5-6 days a week. If you miss a class, you have unlimited access to every bar review lecture online via streaming video at your convenience, at no additional cost. Outside of class, you are expected to devote roughly 7-8 hours per day to class assignments and studying.
The course is comprised of substantive law lectures covering all the tested subject areas, as well as workshops devoted to essay writing. Simulated exams are given toward the end of the course to improve your skills. Our method includes listening, reading and application. This allows you to go beyond mere memorization and develops the requisite command of substantive law.
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What students are saying about BARBRI AMP......
"BARBRI AMP engages your senses and instantly immerses you in the material. AMP study is more focused and intense making each minute count. AMP’s technology intuits your strengths and weaknesses in any given subject, tailoring the study program to your unique needs. This translates to more efficient use of study time than traditional methods. As a busy single mother raising a family and going to law school, BARBRI AMP is my secret weapon."
Nikki M. Gasper
Gonzaga University School of Law
J.D. Candidate 2013
WHY BARBRI WASHINGTON REMAINS THE FIRST CHOICE FOR THE OVERWHELMING MAJORITY OF WASHINGTON STUDENTS.
“I found the essay writing classes to be one of the most helpful features in learning how to approach the exam. The arrangement of materials was great. The long [reference] outlines were useful, but only necessary for unfamiliar subjects. Otherwise I found all I needed in the daily lecture workbooks and practice essays/answers. I also appreciated many of the lecturers delivery style and the care they took to reduce the material to just what was necessary for the exam.”
MARY MCHUGH – SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
“After reviewing bar review courses I decided BARBRI was a better fit for me and was not disappointed! I had no crazy acronyms to memorize and when it came time to take the bar I was prepared!”
JASON WONG – SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
“BARBRI’s essay book helped me the most. The bar exam seemed almost anti-climatic. Nothing surprised me. I felt, and in fact was, fully prepared for every exam question.”
FRANK SELDEN – UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
“BARBRI’s essay workbook provided dozens of essays… this is an invaluable tool and far superior to the materials provided by the competition.”
MARGARET BRAMMALL – SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
“I liked the graded feedback on the sample essay answers and that the person grading my essay was an attorney who had passed the same exam I was studying for and knew what to look for in a passing answer.”
COURTNEY GREGOR – GONZAGA
“Excellent professors-clear and concise presentation, emphasis on the most important aspects for the bar exam and useful handouts/preparation materials.”
LEILA CUMMINGS – UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
“I found it helpful to have a schedule to make me accountable for the material. It also gave me a sense of accomplishment and confidence that I was actually doing something towards achieving my goal of passing the bar exam.”
DANA BEARD – GONZAGA
“It (the paced program) kept me on track. I’m a slacker and having assignments every day and then someone check really helped me personally, I couldn’t procrastinate.”
KATIE MURPHY – GONZAGA
“What impressed me most about BARBRI is our accessibility to the BARBRI staff (including the director) at the Madison Park location.”
KIM RAPHAEILI - SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
“BARBRI’s Guaranteed Success Program is helpful in that it gave me a reason to work harder than I might have otherwise.”
DAN VON SEGGEM - UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON