Failed the Bar Exam? A Quick Guide to Making a “Plan B”!
If you failed the bar exam, you might not know where to begin. Studying for the bar exam again may seem like a monumental task. And you might not even know what you can do differently! Here, we have a quick guide to making a “Plan B.”
After you read this, you should:
- have some ideas on how to proceed
- feel more confident about your study approach
- feel better now that you have some kind of plan in mind!
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I Failed the Barbri Simulated MBE. How Do I Pass the Bar Exam?
If you failed the Barbri simulated MBE, you are not alone. We talk to students every single administration who fail the Barbri simulated MBE (sometimes by a lot!) and go on to pass the bar exam. Here, we tell you a game plan for boosting your MBE score as much as possible in the time you have left.
But first…let’s cover what not to do. Continue reading I Failed the Barbri Simulated MBE. How Do I Pass the Bar Exam?
When Should I Hire a Bar Exam Tutor?
Some students retain a tutor very early on in bar prep, whereas others wait until the last minute. Many students wonder if it is ever “too early” or “too late” to retain a bar exam tutor. Here, we tell you when you should hire a bar exam tutor. Our recommendation varies based on a variety of factors, but the main question you have to ask is: what I am looking for in a bar exam tutor? Continue reading When Should I Hire a Bar Exam Tutor?
Advantages Of Hiring a Bar Exam Tutor
A bar exam tutor can be an expensive decision, but there are several advantages to hiring a bar exam tutor. The biggest advantage of hiring a bar exam tutor is that you are more likely to pass the bar exam! However, there are several additional advantages of hiring a bar exam tutor that are worth considering, discussed below. Continue reading Advantages of Hiring a Bar Exam Tutor
JD Advising Michigan Bar Exam Course Helps Students Succeed!
Our Michigan Bar exam course is a premier bar prep option for students who are taking the Michigan Bar exam. Whether you’re a first-time taker or you’ve taken the bar exam several times our courses have proven to work for students. Continue reading JD Advising Michigan Bar Exam Course Helps Students Succeed!
I Failed the California Bar Exam: What Should I Do?
If you failed the California Bar Exam, you are not alone! The pass rate in California has been consistently low: it was 40.7% in July 2018 and 27.3% in February 2018. In this post, we provide advice for what you should do if you failed the California bar exam!
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Advantages and Disadvantages of an Online Bar Exam Tutor
If you are considering hiring a bar exam tutor, you may consider whether you should hire an online bar exam tutor or an in-person bar exam tutor. Every person is different, and some greatly benefit from the flexibility that comes with meeting online. Others are better served by meeting a tutor online. Here, we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of hiring an online bar exam tutor. Continue reading Advantages and Disadvantages of an Online Bar Exam Tutor
We just helped a student increase his score 72 points and score a 311 on the Uniform Bar Exam!
See his testimonial below. Continue reading We just helped a student increase his score 72 points and score a 311 on the Uniform Bar Exam!
Failed the bar exam by five points (or less)? Act like you need 30.
If you failed the bar exam by five points or less, that is very frustrating — but also encouraging. Continue reading Failed the bar exam by five points (or less)? Act like you need 30.
How to Interpret Your Bar Exam Score Report
Here, we tell you how to interpret your bar exam score report and how to avoid some of the common mistakes that students make when they attempt to interpret their bar exam score reports! If you passed the bar exam, you may be curious about how well you did. If you failed the bar exam, figuring out what your score means is the first step to making sure you pass the next exam! Continue reading How to Interpret Your Bar Exam Score Report
I failed the UBE twice and I was close to passing each time. What should I do?
If you failed the UBE twice and you were close to passing each time, you are probably wondering what it takes to get the extra few points you need to pass!
First, we want to start by saying that we are sorry you are in this position. We know it is frustrating, to say the least. We also find it is quite common.
We specialize in helping repeat takers boost their score and all too often we are helping repeat takers who are very close to passing (and who have been for more than one exam!). Here, we have five tips for you if you find yourself in this position. Continue reading I failed the UBE twice and I was close to passing each time. What should I do?
Read the most recent testimonial about how we helped a second-time bar exam taker score a 308! Continue reading Our UBE course helped a second-time taker score a 308 on the New York Bar Exam
We helped an MEE course student improve her MEE score 30 points and pass the bar!
We are very happy to report that we are hearing great news from the vast majority of our students!
We are continuing to hear great news this week. For example, we had MEE essay course
taker reach out to us last administration. She was on her third time taking the bar exam and knew she needed to do something different to pass the bar exam. She decided to sign up for our MEE course. Here is her story below:
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We have had such positive news from students who took our Uniform Bar Exam course. We have heard from second- and third-time takers that passed with flying colors (in the 300’s!). Continue reading Hear what students are saying about our JD Advising UBE course…
February 2019 Alabama Bar Exam Pass Rate Remains Low
February 2019 Alabama bar exam results were recently released. The pass rate remains low at only 35.5%. First-time bar exam takers passed at a rate of 55.0%. The pass rate for repeat takers was 25.5%.
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