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