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Studying For The Bar Exam? Get A Head Start With Early Bar Prep!

Preparing for the bar exam is stressful.  However, you can make it a little bit easier by starting early! Even just five minutes a day in the weeks leading up to your intensive course can help ease you into the experience! Sign up for our free online early bar prep!

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Taking the bar exam? Join our online early bar prep course. We go through early bar prep tips, MBE questions, and substantive law in five minutes a day!

Hundreds of law students across the nation have participated in past administrations and received our tips on how to prepare for the bar exam. We go through MBE questions, give you MBE tips, and talk about useful early bar prep tips, like creating a study schedule.

You will walk into the bar exam confidently, knowing you have the JD Advising advantage!

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Not only do we work with students nationwide, we also partner with firms, including Am Law firms, and law schools, including top 10 law schools, to provide premier bar exam preparation. Our advice has been featured in Above the Law, the National Jurist, and even People magazine after Kim Kardashian gave us a shoutout on Instagram for our personalized bar exam questions!

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Multiple choice questions on law school examsThere are many reasons that it is a good idea to start bar prep early. Some students feel they need the extra time to learn and internalize the massive amount of material that needs to be learned for the bar exam. Other students do not need the extra time, but feel much less anxious knowing that they will be one step ahead by starting on bar exam preparation earlier than their peers. We have helped several students get a head start on bar prep and we can say that without exception, those who start bar prep early virtually never regret the decision.

Who should start bar prep early?

You might be wondering whether early bar prep is right for you.  We have found that early bar prep is ideal for the following students:

  • Students who graduate near the bottom of their law school class.
  • Students who struggled a lot in their first year courses.
  • Students who did not take a lot of bar exam-specific material during their second and third years of law school.
  • Students that plan on working (or who have a similar time-consuming obligation) during bar prep.
  • Students who are anxious about the bar exam and simply desire to get a head start.
  • Students who have failed the bar exam in the past.

If you’re unsure whether early bar prep is right for you, please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact form below.

How early should I start bar prep?

Many students start one month early (July takers start in April and February takers start in November) but we have had students start much earlier than that (we’ve even had students start an entire semester earlier than their peers!). How early you begin preparing for the bar exam will depend on your schedule as well as the factors mentioned above. The more you struggle with bar exam topics, the wiser it is to start as early as possible.

If you are not sure how early you should start, please contact us below and we can discuss what is right for you and come up with a schedule together.

What will we do during this early bar prep period?

After you contact us, we will create a bar exam program that is tailored to your individual needs. Typically, for those who start one month early, we are able to go over a couple major difficult multistate topics and  (depending on which bar exam you are taking) some state subjects as well.  If you are taking the Michigan bar exam, we can cover several Michigan topics.  The amount that we cover is made on a case-by-case basis based on how much time you have, how much you struggle with the concepts, and your motivation to start early.

We generally cover topics that students feel most anxious about so that students can take their time with those subjects and get them out of the way before the traditional bar prep period starts.

How do I find out more?

If you are interested in finding out more about starting bar prep early, please contact us below. All e-mails are kept confidential and we will e-mail you back promptly. 

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