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The content has been updated to follow the recently issued Bar Exam Syllabus for each subject.

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No, this review does not qualify as a refresher course as it has to be done with a law school. The bar exam review mentoring program is an as is where is service — and is not, in any way, connected to a compliance requirement for taking the bar exam.

See: Bar Matter No. 3756 (2020)

The Library is no longer available. During the 2020/21 bar exam review period, access to the Library was given for free to help bar examinees during the height of the pandemic. Currently, the online reviewers, lessons, practice tests, and other content, may be accessible via the Review Center for members only.

It is because our content is designed to help those preparing for the bar exam and thus the discussions are short, direct, concise, and, most importantly, on point — with the full assumption that the member has already studied the concepts and is simply reviewing.

We are aware that 1st year and 2nd year law students are using our content to help them with their study. While we appreciate the trust, we recommend that they still read the original texts/sources to be aware of the rationale, history, and evolution of legal concepts, rules, doctrines, and so on. These discussions are no longer included in bar exam reviewers, which primarily focus on key concepts and principles usually or might be asked in the bar exam.

It takes a lot of time, effort, and resources into creating our content, from researching, writing, editing, designing, video editing, website development, and so on. What you are thus seeing or consuming is the output of several individuals who contributed various their knowledge, skills, and talent into making this happen. We owe them the respect and gratitude for their hard work and dedication. And, it starts with acknowledging and upholding their intellectual property rights.

As we repeatedly remind our members, fair warning to all bad actors intending to pirate or violate our intellectual property.

1) For the mentoring program:

  • While lectures are provided, it is primarily test practice driven to simulate bar exam conditions — answering questions.
  • Video lessons help only to a certain extent in terms of reminding you on key areas. What really matters – and counts in the end – is your knowledge and skills to answer questions, which is the very essence of the bar exam. Hence, the focus on answering questions.

2) For the content:

  • It is primarily focused on mastering concepts and principles — particularly those which have been asked in previous bar exams.
  • No bar exam reviewer out there will cover “all topics” as that is not the nature and purpose of a reviewer. If you want a reference that will cover “all topics”, it is suggested that you buy a law book, instead of a reviewer.

Political Law

Labor Law

B. Legitimate labor organizations

Labor organization. Labor organization – means any union or association of employees which exists in whole or in part for the purpose of collective bargaining

A. Right to self-organization

1. Who may join, form, or assist labor organizations or workers’ associations Coverage. – All persons employed — in commercial, industrial and agricultural enterprises and

D. Disability and death benefits

1. Labor Code NB:The Labor Code provisions on disability and death benefits are under Title II – Employees Compensation and State Insurance Fraud, Book IV


1. COVERAGE AND EXCLUSIONS a. Compulsory coverage Employers of employees compulsorily covered by the SSS. These shall include private employers previously granted waiver or suspension

Criminal Law

Q. Swindling by Syndicate

Frequency: ★★☆☆☆ 1. Crime Swindling by a syndicate: Swindling (estafa) by syndicate is committed by a syndicate consisting of five or more persons formed with

O. Anti-Carnapping Act

Frequency: ★★★☆☆ “Body building” – refers to a job undertaken on a motor vehicle in order to replace its entire body with a new body.

N. Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012

Frequency: ★★★★☆ “Access” – refers to the instruction, communication with, storing data in, retrieving data from, or otherwise making use of any resources of a

M. Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002

Frequency: ★★★★☆ 1. Crimes a. Sale, trading, administration, dispensation, delivery, distribution and transportation of dangerous drugs and/or controlled precursors and essential chemicals 1st Mode 1)

Civil Law

B. Testamentary succession

1. Wills a. CONCEPT 1) Last will and testament A will is an act whereby a person is permitted, with the formalities prescribed by law,

A. General provisions

1. DEFINTIONS Succession. Succession – is a mode of acquisition by virtue of which the property, rights and obligations to the extent of the value

L. Retroactivity of the Family Code

Concept: Retroactivity. This Code shall have retroactive effect insofar as it does not prejudice or impair vested or acquired rights in accordance with the Civil

K. Emancipation

Concept: Emancipation. Emancipation takes place by the attainment of majority. Unless otherwise provided, majority commences at the age of eighteen years.(Article 234, Family Code, as

J. Parental authority

1. GENERAL PROVISIONS Scope and extent of parental authority. Pursuant to the natural right and duty of parents over the person and property of their

Remedial Law

E. Lawyer’s Oath

I, do solemnly swear that I will maintain allegiance to the Republic of the Philippines, I will support the Constitution and obey the laws as