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California Law and Bar Prep - Bar Secrets

Welcome to Bar Secrets

Your control of the law is now just one click away.

Learn the law easier.  And memorize it faster.  

Studying for any law school or bar exam is tough enough.  Why make it harder by choosing a company that buries you in hundreds and hundreds of pages of outlines.  Our law is streamlined to include everything you need; and nothing you don't. This makes learning easier, and memorizing faster.  Whether you're a law student or attorney, whether you're taking a law school or bar exam, Bar Secrets has something for you.

We knew there was a better way to study the law

Bar Secrets is the innovative bar prep provider to which top law students and bar candidates turn.  Once they find us, they try to keep our materials and approaches a secret.  For that reason, Bar Secrets isn't the biggest (or loudest) law school and bar prep provider in the market.  But it is the soundest.  Started by two psychologists-turned-lawyers who knew there must be a better way to learn and memorize the law, Bar Secrets' founding concept is foolproof:  If your brain is wired to process, learn, memorize, and apply information in an optimal way, then why not present the law you need to learn for the essays and MBE on a bar exam in that very way?  Our law is organized in schematic form to make the jobs of assimilating the law, learning the law, memorizing the law, and writing law essays easier, faster, more efficient, and less stressful.  Here's an example of our schematic approach.  The schema "branches" or "lines" are iconic to us, as you can see in our logo.

The Schematic Approach

No one - not even a chess master - can learn the thousands of rules and elements that appear on the Bar exam without a "trick". The schematic approach provides such a trick by showing you the most effective way of organizing and learning. It is faster, more efficient and much easier than conventional methods. In the schematic approach, information is presented the way the human brain stores it. In learning any topic, the brain begins by forming a simple general categorical framework. Detailed information is then added to that framework in stages.

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Secrets of Human Memory

Studying for law exams or the Bar exam doesn't have to be torture. You don't have to memorize hundreds of disjointed rules and elements. This is not the smart way to use your memory.

What is memory? Well, it's many things. People who claim to have poor memories really mean they have poor "retrieval" skills. Retrieval means recalling, or recovering information once learned. One of the most important secrets of memory is that one's ability to retrieve (recall) information depends on how we deal with it in the first place!

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