I don’t usually put advertisements on my blog. But, I do have students who only find out about our classes after they have already taken and failed the bar exam and they tell me that they wish I had put up more information about our course offerings. So, here goes . . .
PREDICTIONS AND TIPS: I will be posting predictions as it gets closer to the bar exam (I know, it is close already, but I do promise this material to my enrolled students first). Also, take a look at last July’s predictions – anything that did not show up on the last bar exam that I was leaning towards as possibilities then are even more likely now (at least that is my opinion). And, remember, it never makes sense to study around what is being predicted. Anything could be tested – so your goal is to be ready for whatever comes your way.
Also, if you find this blog helpful, please spread the word. And, don’t forget to join our bar exam tips list (see my earlier post here, to sign up).
Remember to stay positive and to believe in yourself. You CAN do this! Stay tuned for predictions. Wishing you all the very best in your studies!
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Free “How to Pass the February 2014 Bar Exam” Workshop
“How to Pass the February 2014 California Bar Exam Workshop” - Thursday, December 12th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Los Angeles, California
Back by popular demand, our next “How to Pass the California Bar Exam Workshop” will be held on Thursday, December 12, 2013. Our workshops fill up quickly. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis. This workshop is free and includes free bar exam templates and our “How to Write for the California Bar Examiners” Handout. Space is limited. Click here to make your reservation.
Hello, we are offering a second free, “How To Pass The California Bar Exam” Workshop on Thursday, December 5, 2013.
“How to Pass the February 2014 California Bar Exam Workshop” - THURSDAY, December 5th from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. Orange, California
Learn how to write for the California bar examiners in our popular free workshop! Students will receive free exam writing templates, an MBE approach handout and instruction on how to write for the California Bar Examiners (applicable to both essays and the performance test). If you would like to reserve a space in this workshop, click on the registration link below. Please understand that space is limited. Our last workshop filled up very quickly. Reservations will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.
We look forward to helping you pass the California bar exam!
Please Note: The Bar Exam Cram Sheets (as of July 1, 2012) are currently out of stock. We will be releasing our latest edition (for the February 2012 bar exam) by September 1, 2012.
A common problem that bar examinees face is figuring out what to memorize (there is SO much information)! You simply can not memorize thousands of pages. Instead it is critical to condense down cumbersome outlines into something that is manageable. Ideally, you would have everything you need to know for each topic reduced down to a two to four page approach outline.
We are now making our Bar Exam Cram Sheets available outside of our bar review course (our students have used these Cram Sheets with great success). The Bar Exam Cram Sheets include the necessary black letter law and an attack approach for each subject. These condensed attack outlines are extremely effective. We have had students rely solely upon these outlines for their substantive review. How can you get your copy? The Bar Exam Cram Sheets are now available through BarExamCure.com
To learn more, visit here: www.BarExamCure.com
All the best to those who are studying for the February 2012 bar exam!
Stay tuned for bar exam predictions!