Long Are Bar Prep Courses

Exactly How Long Are Bar Prep Courses?

Exactly How Long Are Bar Prep Courses?

Preparing to take the bar exam can feel overwhelming. You have a large amount of material to learn in a limited amount of time. As you create your study plan, it’s important to think about how long you will need to study. Most bar prep courses are around two months long, but you may want to spend more or less time studying depending on personal considerations.

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Bar Exam Feelings

Common Post Bar Exam Feelings And What They Mean

Common Post Bar Exam Feelings And What They Mean

If you have taken a recent administration of the bar exam and are one of the thousands of people anxiously awaiting results, you’re not alone! Take a deep breath and realize that the hardest part of the bar exam process is over with. Now that you have taken the exam, you may be dealing with anxiety, stress, or frustration in connection with your performance on the exam. These are common bar exam feelings!

You may be thinking – “Did I fail the bar exam? I definitely feel like I failed the exam.” First, relax. Second, nobody really talks about the mixed emotions that accompany most test-takers after the exam. Instead, most of the emphasis during bar prep is focused on managing expectations and emotions prior to and during the exam. Third, as mentioned above, you’re not alone. It’s totally normal to feel this way after the bar exam!

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Fail the MEE and Still

Can You Fail the MEE and Still Pass the Bar?

Can You Fail the MEE and Still Pass the Bar?

After you finish taking the bar exam, it’s not uncommon to feel like you did poorly. If you feel like you failed the exam, or failed a section of the exam like the MEE, you’re not alone. However, there’s some good news: many students who feel like they failed the bar go on to pass! If you’re worried you failed the MEE, there’s even better news: you can fail the MEE and still pass the bar!

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Day Before the Bar

Do’s and Don’ts the Day Before the Bar Exam

Do’s and Don’ts the Day Before the Bar Exam

One of the common questions bar students ask is, what do I do the day before the bar exam? Do I review outlines or should I review flashcards? What about looking at old exams? You might be surprised to learn that none of these answers is correct. The below discusses the best and worst things you can do the day before the big test. (Note: This post assumes test takers are sitting for the bar in-person. Due to Covid-19, please review guidelines from the state where you plan to take the test.)

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Night Before The Bar Exam

What To Do The Night Before The Bar Exam

What To Do The Night Before The Bar Exam

All of the time dedicated to studying, preparing, and practicing comes down to Day One of the Bar Exam. Many students feel as though they need to take advantage of every waking minute to maximize study and preparation time. For the most part, that mindset will serve you well during the bar prep process. However, there is one exception that students should be aware of. The day, and more importantly the night, before the Bar Exam.

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