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Bar Exam Information & Study Aids: Studying for the Bar

Resources to help you study for the bar exam, including links to study guides, sample exams, and practical information on applying to take the exam.  

Deciding Which Bar to Take

Eeny Meeny Miny Moe: Which State Bar Exam Should I Take?, 61 Fed. Law. 12 (2014)

Exam Review Begins Now, 40 Student Law. 17 (January 2012). HeinOnline

Relevant Articles

Charles H. Whitebread, Making the Bar Review Fun, 9 Green Bag 263 (2006).


Major Bar Review Companies

This is a nonexhaustive list of companies that specialize in preparing students for the bar exam. Please note that these are the companies that concentrate on multiple states and operate nationally. Each jurisdiction may have a separate company that caters to that region or state. 

Please note: This list is noncomprehensive. Pence Law LIbrary does not endorse any particular bar review course. You are responsible for paying all fees incurred by participating in any of these courses (private loans may be available).

Supplemental Materials

Donate your Bar Exam Materials

After you pass the bar, please consider donating any bar study materials you own that are in good condition to the library for future test-takers’ use.

Your donation is tax deductible. If you would like a letter acknowledging your donation, please be sure to request one and include your name and address when you drop off materials.