Our next Bar Exam Cram Session will be held on Saturday, January 13, 2018.
If you are taking the February 2018 California bar exam, you should be studying now. I know, the holidays, family gatherings, travel . . . it is a busy time of year.
While you should certainly enjoy the holidays, there is still time to to complete MBEs or review essays. Even a few hours during the next few days can make a difference. You will feel better if you get some studying in prior to the end of the year. A few hours really can make a difference.
If you are a repeat taker, it is all the more critical that you come up with a plan that will enable you to make the necessary improvement to pass the next exam. What will you do differently this time to bridge the gap between your last scores and what you need to pass the February 2018 bar exam?
Not sure how to study or where to focus? It is critical to make the most of your study time. The Bar Exam Cram Session provides step by step approaches for the most testable areas so that your review time and memorization are on point and make the best use of your study time.
Not sure what to write? Not sure how to start your essay answer? We teach you how to set up your essay, what headings to use, how to organize and format your answer.
Not sure how to prepare for and succeed on the MBEs? Our students leave the Bar Exam Cram Session with a proven method for the MBEs. Students also receive our Digging Deeper Email Series with tips and strategies for the MBEs, Essays and Performance Test.
Not sure how to squeeze in studying for the bar exam while working full time? We provide suggested study plans for those working full time so that you can make the most of your study time.
If you are uncertain of where to focus in your studies, then this dynamic, live, one-day course may be just for you!
Here is what some of our past students have had to say about our program:
“I would not have my career as a lawyer if it weren’t for Lisa Duncanson. Her review course was easy to understand and her study plan was very effective for me. I would highly recommend considering her course!”
Edward Dailo, Esq.
I wanted to let you know that I passed the California Bar Exam!!! I was one of your Bar Exam Cram Session students. I was meaning to send you this e-mail a lot earlier, but after I passed the bar, my boss threw me right in and I’ve been making court appearances ever since.
I used the tools and techniques that you taught me in the cram session . . . and . . . I used the essays like you taught us. I think that really was the key to passing the bar, at least for me.
I’d like to thank you for all the support that you gave all your students throughout the bar exam. It was really great to know that we could reach out to you during the test.”