There is still time to pass the bar exam!

Bar Exam 3

Hello all,

For those of you who are taking the February 2020 Bar exam in a few days, there is still time to significantly improve your chances of passing!

There are two options:

Option One is the Bar Exam Cram Session Videos, The videos are not lengthy substantive review, but instead are pointed coverage of the most likely to be tested areas for the February 2020 bar exam. This option also includes the Bar Exam Predictions and Selected Essays and Answers that reflect the predicted areas, the Bar Exam Cram Sheets. Click here to sign up and receive immediate access to the videos and predictions.

Option Two is the February 2020 Predictions and the Selected Essays and answers. Click here to sign up!

Both options are available for instant viewing. You will receive login credentials via email as soon as you complete your purchase. If you do not receive an email within two minutes of registration, please check your spam.

I stand behind these materials and know that students benefit from having access. Think about it this way: wouldn’t it be great if you could possibly see the essays ahead of time or even just some of the essays ahead of time or have a list of areas to focus on for even just a day that could improve your chances? I am so confident in these materials providing you with a competitive edge that I will give you free access for July 2020 should you not pass the February 2020 bar exam.

Whatever you decide, I wish you the very best of luck on the February 2020 Bar Exam.

You CAN do this. Do your best to stay calm and be positive. Tell yourself that you can do it. The bar exam is hard, but it is not an IQ test. Put it all out there, write, write, write! You should feel breathless when you are tackling the written portion, that is how passing feels. And for the MBEs, it might feel like you are failing, but remember that the passing score is usually about 60%. So when you are taking the MBEs, expect to feel like it is not going so well – 60% is a D – and yet that is typically a passing score. So, keep going and keep at it and just move forward.

Thank you for following the Bar Exam Guru Blog! All the best to you in your studies!

Lisa Duncanson
Bar Exam Guru
Founder/Program Director
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