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Introduction to the Guide: How to Pass the Bar Exam the First Time

In this guide, we tell you how to pass the bar exam the first time you take it! This is a step-by-step approach on how to study and prepare for the bar exam. This includes what classes you should take in law school, our recommendation on picking a commercial course, and tips and tricks to utilize as you go along. If you are in your first, second, or beginning your third year of law school, start from step one. If you are in your last semester of law school (or out of law school), have already chosen a bar review course, and know which state you are taking the bar exam in, start with step four.

We also tell you how to avoid some of the common mistakes first-time takers make. All instructors at JD Advising have scored in the 99th percentile on the bar exam and we specialize in courses and tutoring for first-time and repeat takers. So, we know firsthand how to score high on the bar exam! If you would like a free PDF of the guide, simply enter your name and email below!

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Here are a list of topics and quick links in our guide:

The Goal of the Guide: 

We have several goals in writing this guide:

  • To help you make informed and educated decisions on which law school classes to take, which bar review course will suit you best, and which state bar exam to take.
  • To help you study for the bar exam in the most effective manner so you pass the first time you take it.
  • To assist in creating a bar exam experience that is as stress-free as possible by providing you with resources to help you study smart and prepare mentally and physically.
  • To help you avoid common—and very avoidable—mistakes that first-time takers make.
  • To answer all of the bar exam-related questions you may have in law school or as you approach the bar exam.

If you have any questions, we are happy to answer them. You can contact us here at your convenience. We love to hear from our readers.

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