AuthorTopic: Level I Preparation
@2016-07-01 12:22:07
I am a full-time lawyer and am taking the Level I exam in December. Given my hectic schedule, I would appreciate advice as to the most efficient and economical way to prepare for the exams. Would just the analystnotes suffice? What else would I need to read? Any textbooks I should read? Thanks.
@2016-07-01 23:57:35 is enough for level 1.
@2016-07-02 14:08:00
I suggest this web site supplemented by the text in areas where you're having difficulty.
@2016-07-04 09:11:28
I'm a full-time lawyer, too. I passed Level I last Dec. I started with the books in June; by around early Oct I felt seriously behind, got analystnotes, and dramatically accelerated my progress. I think just analystnotes would have been enough, but even once I had analystnotes it was nice to have the books around for reference as ehardy suggests.
@2016-08-14 20:05:07
I am from bombay will be enrolling for dec 2015 can any body help me with the study group, books, prep. material

Harshit Cell No. 09322507542
@2018-10-04 02:12:08
hi I am new to this website. I need the most cost-saving and most efficient way for me to prepare for my coming Dec-14 level 1 exam (which up till today I have no notes no textbook!! very panic!!). Please help. Thanks.

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