First - Judge Benson reaaaaaaally taught me Evidence. I am slaughtering MBE questions on that subject.
Second - I am super grateful that I took Secured Transactions 2L year. At the time, it was boring and I got a bad grade (justifying Professor Burns' belief that I was stupid. Prof. Burns believed in the Socratic method, calling on students at random. Whenever she called on me, she let me ask my neighbors - "MS. ZOLLINGER" or "MS. WILSON" for help. On the last day of class, she let "MS. WILSON, MS. FROST and MS. ZOLLINGER" work together to answer a yes-or-no question. And no, she never let anyone else in the class work as a team.) That being said, I can't imagine trying to sort out security interests, attachment, perfection, inventory, financial statements, purchase money security interests, etc. based solely on a 3 hour Barbri crash course. Thank you, Prof. Burns. If I get a Secured Transactions essay question, I will be - in your words - happy as a pig in shit.