I applied the Barron's Business Law in order to study for the Introductory Business Law CLEP. I studied for months using this book. I concentered on the sections defined by the college board as being covered on the test. I got a 75/80! I did not even bother with the REA Business Law book and I tried my knowledge by using the College Board's practice test and that was it. This book is very definitely worth the money!
Here are apprehensible explanations of subjects related to business law and the legal environment. Separate chapters talk about the origin and nature of law, contracts in their many forms, negotiable instruments, banking procedures, types of business organization, legal definitions of crimes and torts, the concept of property, environmental law, labor-management relations law, intellectual property and computer law, and more. Business Review books are designed for classroom use, but are also valuable as self-teaching volumes for businesspersons engaged in various fields. When used in college business courses, these titles make fine supplements to main textbooks. Instructors in adult education and brush-up programs often choose these books as their main classroom text.
Each title includes review questions with answers.