Offer part-time schedule
As a bar-review user, when purchasing the bar course, I want the option to select a part-time schedule, so that I can have a more realistic expectation of my daily study time and availability.
Make outlines more obviously available within the course
Right now, the outlines are part of the strategy guide/coursebook
Don't require a person to watch at least 75% of MPRE videos for tasks to be marked complete.
Don't require a person to watch at least 75% of MPRE videos for tasks to be marked complete. I prefer to read the transcripts, but reading those doesn't allow me to mark the task as complete.
Agency and Partnerships
I think adding an Agency and Partnership category by itself would be very useful.
Change time indicator for MPT packets in Quimbee Bar Review course
As a Quimbee Bar Review user, I'd like to see the full time allotment shown for MPT packet tasks in the the course (currently, it shows 1.5 hours, but since each exercise in a packet is allotted 1.5 hours, the total time allotment should be 3 hours).
Have quizzes follow the video in which the content is addressed
It's frustrating that some of the material covered in the quizzes was NOT covered in the videos.
Flag quiz questions to review again
Ability to flag a tricky question to review just before the bar exam or focus in on it during review process
Support allowing users to purchase more than one QBR course on their account
As an admin, I want users to be able to purchase more than one QBR course on their account. We have users who purchased one course coming back to purchase a different course (in my example, they succeeded with Quimbee on the UBE and they're now taking CA). Making this easy and seamless will encourage more users to come back for more. Currently, existing/former QBR users who try to purchase QBR for a new jurisdiction cannot do so without support help; further, if a user has purchased print, support can't delete the first course from their account without tech help. Enabling users to purchase a subsequent course without reaching out will prevent users from getting discouraged and purchasing an inferior product (see: Barbri, Themis).