The challenge in an examination like AIBE (All India Bar Examination) is having access to all the required information
in the right amount of time. It is impossible to know the entire law, and even if you can carry all books with
you, it still wouldn’t serve any purpose because it is a time bound examination. The trick is to be able to
access the right information as quickly as possible given the limited amount of time. I remember BarHacker providing
a list of specific books to be carried and I only carried those books which really helped.
Advocate - Supreme Court of India
The course puts you in a free zone and it is highly recommended for a person who is lagging behind in the preparation.
The main key to crack an exam is confidence, so if one uses the course one gains confidence in order to crack
the exam. The same happened to me as I used the material quite effectively. This is the sole thing which helped
Independent Lawyer in Mumbai
The mock tests were brilliant and the best part was the study material. The material was concise and easy to
use. The study material was extremely easy to use in the exam and it saved lot of time. It benefited me by saving
my time for revision.
The Hacksheets helped me as the cases which were provided in the Hacksheets turned out to be quite useful during
Practising Advocate in Andhra Pradesh
The questions were divided into 2 parts - easy and the hard ones. This has been my strategy while preparing for
any exam and therefore the questions framed benefited me quite well.
The most useful aspect about the course were the case laws. One can get the crux of the material quite easily.
Advocate, Delhi High Court
I quite liked the summarised structure of the syllabus. The tests were quite helpful. It helped in saving time.
I also quite liked the subject wise questions provided.
As the material was quite well consolidated, I didn't needed to go here and there to curate material. This
was the best part about the course.
Practising Advocate, Ludhiana District Court
The text material was quite helpful. The mock tests were really good and it helped me in saving the time. The
diagrams with which everything was explained like the flowcharts, and the standardized and crisped questions
that had covered every aspect to the topics were very helpful.
I think the guidelines that were given to us such as the videos to help us out at the last minute and the hacks
to keep an eye on the subject and not to miss out on anything were the best part about the course.
Decide on what materials you are going to carry into the exam hall. Be very familiar with these materials, so that you can
find answers very quickly.
Identify the subjects with maximum marks in the exam, and prepare accordingly. Do not waste time on subjects that have too
few marks but huge syllabus - this may prevent you from completing the syllabus (Our course will help you to form
a strategy for this).
You need to practice mock tests along with carry in materials (Our mock tests will help you to build expertise in taking
open book exams using the material you are going to carry on the exam day).
Open book exams are more difficult. Don't take it lightly. Remember that 30% people fail this exam.
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(He took the 9th All India Bar Exam)
The challenge in an examination like AIBE (All India Bar Examination) is having access to all the required information in
the right amount of time. It is impossible to know the entire law, and even if you can carry all books with you,
it still wouldn’t serve any purpose because it is a time bound examination. The trick is to be able to access the
right information as quickly as possible given the limited amount of time. I remember BarHacker providing a list
of specific books to be carried and I only carried those books which really helped. The course has a systematic approach.
It has been structured in accordance with the weightage given to each subject in the AIBE (All India Bar Examination).
The tips on how to attempt the exam are useful and practical. I still remember one of the tips which mentioned that
you should not focus on all the subjects as you will end up wasting time doing so. You should only focus on the important
subjects because the criteria in the Bar exam is not to score higher marks but to achieve a minimum score to clear
the exam. The course offered a result-oriented approach which I really liked. I religiously followed everything that
the course taught. Since I knew that the team behind BarHacker is experienced, I simply followed what the course
offered. The course offers video tutorials on various subjects and mock tests. I attempted all the mock tests which
helped me speed read and refresh my skills to attempt Multiple Choice Questions which I had lost over the years during
my law degree course. The questions in the mock tests were of a good quality. I was able to clear all the mock tests.
I believe if you follow what the course teaches, you will certainly pass the Bar exam. Although people think that
the Bar exam is easy because it is an open book exam. I just have one thing to say to all AIBE (All India Bar Examination)
aspirants- if you have already invested so much time and money in getting a law degree, then why not put in a little
more and ensure that your investment of time and money in law school fructifies for the good?