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    British American University ???


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    John Bear is offline Senior Member
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    Let us not forget that this nifty new software has a good and functioning search engine. A search on British-American just now found six different threads.

    I wrote about them favorably in Bears' Guide because I was impressed by the samples of the big (96 hour, as I recall) video law review course that owner Roger Agajanian had produced, both for his students and as a product for traditional law students. But they've had so few students take the Baby Bar, there are no trends evident.
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    I'm a 4th year law student at British-American University. I am pleased with the program, and found the video lectures very helpful.

    I passed both the Baby Bar and MPRE on my first try, and hope to take the General Bar Exam in 2003.

    Christopher

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    Hello, What is the status of the business classes? Can they be transferred elsewhere? The web site was not to informative about the accreditation status but I might have missed something. Thanks. Hille

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    cbkent is offline Registered User
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    The school is not accredited. It is California approved. This is disclosed to enrolling students.

    Christopher

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    Is this school considered a diploma mill?

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    Tom Head is offline Registered User
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    Originally posted by chrissy
    Is this school considered a diploma mill?
    No.


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