Hello Bar Takers!
Come November, wouldn’t it be great to tell everyone that you passed the July bar exam? Thousands of students credit their passing to Bar None Review and, in particular, to the Bar Exam Cram Session.
But time is running out! I just want you to know that enrollment for the July 17th Bar Exam Cram Session closes on Wednesday, July 14th at midnight Pacific Standard Time.
Click here to learn more and to sigh up! You will receive the predictions and selected essays within a few minutes of signing up!
Upon sign up, all students receive the exam predictions and 30 essays that reflect the predicted areas. During the Bar Exam Cram Session, I will review approaches with you for the most commonly tested areas on the California Bar Exam. Most importantly, I will share insights with you about extra issues the California Bar Examiners expect you to address.
To get an idea of what the coverage is like, watch this video where I cover the First Amendment Speech approach!
I do not read outlines to you. Instead, I go over approaches and how to write passing answers. We usually have time to also cover our approach for the Performance Test. Students also receive a ten day study plan for the last ten days leading up to the bar exam.
So much of the bar exam can be reduced to approaches like the one above. The best way to prepare is to go into the bar exam with approaches for as many topics as possible.
Students take this class alone or as a supplement to their bar prep. It really helps you to prepare and truly be ready for the final weeks of bar prep by focusing you on exam approaches that not only work for the essays, but are also very helpful for the MBE section.
There is still time to sign up for the Bar Exam Cram Session, but registration will close Wednesday July 14th at midnight (PST).
This video helps explain why you should choose the Bar Exam Cram Session.
Increase your chances of being able to tell everyone that you PASSED the California Bar Exam!