Bar Exam Consultation Services

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Bar Exam Consultation Services

Looking for a Bar Exam Consultation?

If you recently found out you failed the bar exam, you may be looking for a bar exam consultation to figure out the next steps. A bar exam consultation can be extremely helpful to determine a tailored and personalized study plan. Students report feeling so much better and motivated after talking to one of our bar exam experts! We offer this service to students taking the bar exam in any state.  Continue reading Bar Exam Consultation Services

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How does it feel to fail the bar exam?

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If you fail the bar exam, you are probably feeling a lot of things. One of the frustrating things about failing the bar exam is that it is hard to sort through feelings. A lot of feelings go unacknowledged (“it’s just a test – you can retake it!”) or ignored (“time to start studying again”).

We think it is best to take some time to process feelings if you fail the bar exam. In this post, we list some emotions that you may feel if you fail the bar exam. Continue reading How does it feel to fail the bar exam?

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Retaking the New York Bar Exam: What to Do (and What Not to Do)

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If you find yourself in the position of retaking the New York Bar Exam, you are not the only one! It is a terrible feeling to fail the bar exam but it does get better. And you can pass the bar exam the next time! Here, we give you some tips on what to do (and not to do) if you plan on retaking the New York Bar Exam.  Continue reading Retaking the New York Bar Exam: What to Do (and What Not to Do)

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Five Reasons You May Have Failed The Bar Exam

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It is very common to feel like failing the bar exam is the end of the world.  Remember, though, that it most definitely isn’t!  If you failed the bar exam, make sure you keep things in perspective.  This is just one bump in the road and it certainly isn’t a sign of what is to come.  To help ease your anxiety, make sure you read this note to those who failed the bar exam.

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Uniform Bar Exam Course for Repeat Takers

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Looking for a Uniform Bar Exam Course for repeat takers? Our JD Advising Uniform Bar Exam course specializes in helping repeat takers boost their bar exam scores! (You can read more about our Uniform Bar Exam course here or enroll now here!)

Note that this is a full-service course. Not only do we have repeat takers in it, but we also have first-time takers and attorneys who want to be licensed in UBE jurisdictions take our course. Our course is perfect for repeat bar exam takers for several reasons, however.  Continue reading Uniform Bar Exam Course for Repeat Takers

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MBE Percentiles for July 2018

MBE Percentiles for July 2018

Here, we tell you what your MBE score means if you took the bar exam in July 2018. You may wonder exactly how you did on the MBE in comparison to others. Knowing your MBE percentile is a valuable source of information.  This chart, released by the state of Illinois after the July 2018 bar exam, will tell you your approximate MBE percentile. Continue reading MBE Percentiles for July 2018

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How to Mentally Prepare to Retake the Bar Exam

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Failing the bar exam is a terrible feeling. Learning how to mentally prepare to retake the bar exam can feel overwhelming at first.

When you find out you failed the bar exam, you may feel sadness, depression, anger, anxiety, jealousy, disappointment, loneliness, and a combination of other unpleasant feelings. Here, we give you some guidance on how to mentally prepare to retake the bar exam. The goal is to process your emotions effectively so you can ultimately gain confidence and motivation moving forward. Continue reading How to Mentally Prepare to Retake the Bar Exam

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How to Make an Effective Uniform Bar Exam Study Schedule and Plan—for Repeat Takers

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Now that you have dissected your Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) score report, read about four common reasons that examinees fail the Uniform Bar Exam, reflected on your last bar exam attempt, and came up with some ideas that you want to include in your study plan, it is time to come up with a study schedule to pass the Uniform Bar Exam the next administration.

After all, you can spend time coming up with a lot of great ideas about how to improve. But, if you never take steps to come up with a plan that ensures you actually follow through with these ideas, then the ideas will remain just ideas. We want to turn ideas into action.

Further, a Uniform Bar Exam study schedule has other benefits: it gives you a sense of control and confidence. It will relieve some of the awful feelings that come with failing the bar exam. It decreases stress. And, it makes it more likely that you will pass the bar exam.

Here, we tell you how to make a Uniform Bar Exam study schedule as a repeat taker. Your schedule will not look the same as the Uniform Bar Exam study schedule for first-time takers. You probably won’t be rewatching all of those Barbri lectures. And, you may have to work full time. You also know what didn’t work last time and you have insight that first-time takers don’t have. Your personal circumstances, and what you have learned from failing the bar exam, can all be included in your UBE study schedule.

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A Plan to Pass the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE): Do I Need to Drastically Change My Approach?

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Now that you have dissected your Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) score report and read about four common reasons that examinees fail the Uniform Bar Exam, and reflected on your last bar exam attempt, it is time to come up with a plan to pass the Uniform Bar Exam the next administration.

Here, we help you formulate a plan to help you pass the Uniform Bar Exam. And, we give you some guiding principles to assist in deciding how drastically you need to change your bar exam approach. Continue reading A Plan to Pass the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE): Do I Need to Drastically Change My Approach?

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Figure out Why You Failed the Uniform Bar Exam by Asking Seven Key Questions

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Now that you have dissected your Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) score report and read about four common reasons that examinees fail the Uniform Bar Exam, it is time to figure out why you failed the Uniform Bar Exam. Below, we list seven key questions to reflect on. Continue reading Figure out Why You Failed the Uniform Bar Exam by Asking Seven Key Questions

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How To Support A Friend That Failed The Bar Exam

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How To Support A Friend That Failed The Bar Exam

It’s tough to fail the bar exam. And it can be an equally tough feeling when it is someone you care about and you don’t know how to help. If you have a friend that failed the bar exam, there are things you can do to help. Read further to see our suggestions on steps you can take to assist!

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Understanding Your UBE Results

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When you get your UBE results, you will find out not only if you passed or failed the Uniform Bar Exam, but also, how you scored in each section. Here, we give you a guide on how to understand what your UBE results mean.  Continue reading Understanding Your UBE Results

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Retaking the UBE: A Fast and Efficient Guide to Passing the Uniform Bar Exam

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If you find yourself retaking the UBE (Uniform Bar Exam) you are not the only one. It takes many examinees more than one try to pass the bar exam. The important thing is that you think critically about what you can change so that you can pass the Uniform Bar Exam the next time you take it! Here, we give you a few tips to guide you while you make your plan to retake the Uniform Bar Exam.  Continue reading Retaking the UBE: A Fast and Efficient Guide to Passing the Uniform Bar Exam

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What to do if Your Child Failed the Bar Exam

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If your child failed the bar exam, you are probably experiencing a lot of the same sadness and disappointment that they feel. Nobody wants to see their child sad or disappointed after failing the bar exam. Further, if your child failed the bar exam, they will have to retake it, which puts a lot of stress and pressure on families. Here, we tell you want to do (and what not to do) if your child failed the bar exam.  Continue reading What to do if Your Child Failed the Bar Exam

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