Five Unique Networking Strategies While Waiting for Bar Exam Results
If you are one of many anxiously awaiting bar exam results, rather than browsing the web for bar exam statistics and passage rates, why not make good use of your time? Whether you already have a job or are looking for one, utilizing these unique networking strategies will fill up your time and relieve some of the stress that comes with waiting for the release of bar exam results.
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How to Check Bar Exam Results: What to Do and What Not to Do
If you are awaiting bar exam results, you may be wondering how to check your results. Here, we give you some guidance on how to check bar exam results — including what you should and should not do!
Most states post something online — some states post seat numbers and some states post names. Other states simply email results and delay posting names online or don’t post names online at all. Continue reading How to Check Bar Exam Results: What to Do and What Not to Do
What to Do When You Leave the Bar Exam Testing Site
It’s Wednesday evening and you have finally finished the bar exam. It’s been a long two days (a long few months if we’re being honest) and you have no idea what to do now. In this post we give you our advice on what to do when you leave the bar exam testing site.
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What if I Pass the Bar Exam? Making Your “Plan A”
We talk about how to make a Plan B if you fail the bar exam here. However, you should also come up with a “Plan A” for if you pass the bar exam! It sounds silly, but some examinees are just as anxious about passing the bar exam as they are about failing it. Passing the bar means you are eligible to become a “real” attorney and not a student. Some examinees find themselves stressed out by this prospect — either they don’t have a job lined up or they are anxious about starting their job!
Here are a few things you can do to make your “Plan A.” Continue reading What if I Pass the Bar Exam? Making Your “Plan A”
When Will the February 2019 New York Bar Exam Results Be Released?
February 2019 New York Bar Exam results should be released around the end of April or beginning of May. (Our formal prediction is Tuesday, April 30, but it really could be anytime at the end of April or beginning of May!)
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When Will the February 2019 Michigan Bar Exam Results Be Released?
Wondering when the February 2019 Michigan Bar Exam results will be released? We are too! The Michigan Board of Law Examiners states that Michigan Bar Exam results are released mid-May, but in reality, they usually are released earlier than that. Below, you can see the past release dates for the February Michigan Bar Exam results.
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February 2019 Bar Exam Results Release Dates by State
Wondering when the February 2019 bar exam results will be released in your state? In this post, we tell you:
- When examinees find out their February 2019 bar exam results;
- How examinees find out their February 2019 bar exam results;
- Statistics and Pass lists for the bar exam;
- A passing score for the bar exam;
- Whether you will see your bar exam score;
- Whether your bar exam will be regraded or whether there is an appeals process; and
- Where you can find more information about the bar exam.
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When will February 2019 Washington DC Bar Exam Results be Released?
Washington DC bar exam results are usually released around the beginning of May. (Our formal prediction is Thursday, May 16.) Note that last administration, the DC Board stated ahead of time when results would be released. So stay tuned to their website as they may do the same thing this administration.
Note that the Washington D.C. seems to like releasing results on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays for the most part. Read below for more information. Continue reading When Will February 2019 Washington DC Bar Exam Results Be Released?
Next Steps if you Failed the Uniform Bar Exam
If you failed the Uniform Bar Exam, you may wonder what the next steps are. You may feel as though you did everything you possibly could to pass the bar exam last time. So, what could you possibly do differently this time? It is difficult for many to discern the next steps!
In this post, we tell you the next steps if you failed the Uniform Bar Exam. Continue reading Next Steps if you Failed the Uniform Bar Exam
Advantages Of Hiring A UBE Bar Exam Tutor For Retakers
The last thing you want to do is repeat failing the UBE. The decision of hiring a UBE bar exam tutor for retakers is a difficult one. However, it can be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make! In this post, we cover the advantages that our expert, experienced UBE tutors bring to the table!
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July 2018 Washington DC Bar Exam Pass Rate is 67%
On Friday, November 9 at 5:00 PM, Washington DC posted the list of applicants that passed the Washington DC bar exam. The Examiners also announced that the July 2018 Washington DC Bar Exam pass rate is 67%. 1140 of 1702 applicants passed the bar exam. Continue reading July 2018 Washington DC Bar Exam Pass Rate is 67%
Retaking the New York bar exam? Make sure to do this!
If you are retaking the New York bar exam, you are not alone. Thousands of examinees fail the New York bar exam every administration. You cannot change the past, but you can maximize your chances of passing the New York bar exam on your next attempt! Continue reading Retaking the New York bar exam? Make sure to do this!