Bar Study Affirmations

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Preparing Loved Ones for Bar Study

Bar review begins this month. Whether you are a brand new law grad, newly embarking upon full-time bar study, or a repeat taker working full-time and managing bar study, you will soon see the key role that friends and family play in your bar exam preparation. It may be hard for them to...

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Transitioning from law school to bar study

Congratulations to the class of 2019. Here are some pointers to guide you as you transition from law school to bar study: 1. Don't compare yourself to others. No two successful bar takers are alike, so a tool that works for one student, may not work for another. Take peer recommendations with a...

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One step at a time

My affirmation to the summer 2018 law school graduates: You'll pass the bar, one step at a time. Right now your attention is pulled in many directions: preparing for your last law school exams, finishing that paper that you are too emotionally disconnected to really care about writing, making...

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Who am I to pass the bar?

Bar takers in California, New York, Ohio, and Texas still await the release of scores. Adding to the angst of awaiting the results of a test that determines entry into your chosen profession, is word that MBE scores are on a national decline. Other states like Florida, Kansas, and Missouri have...

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Three B's as you await bar results

As you await bar results, I'd like to offer a few words of comfort and support at an understandably unsettling time. Believe in your prep - Find assurance that the investment you made in your bar prep - the time, the tears, the resources expended, was sound. Reflect on the bloodshed from paper...

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Flawless

Today's bar study affirmation: You are Flawless! You've made mistakes to get to this point, but not anymore. You can visualize your exam and you are ready to flawlessly execute the task you've trained to tackle for the past 10 weeks. In your transition from missed questions to flawless...

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And so it begins

Your inboxes and timelines are filled with uplifting affirmations and promises for greatness in the new year. For those studying for the bar, the start of 2018 comes with anxiety and unease. You are too early in your bar study to know how scared you should be. It is too soon in the process to...

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Preparing Loved Ones for Bar Study

Bar review for the February exam begins this month. Whether you are a December law grad, newly embarking upon full-time bar study, or find yourself working full-time and managing bar study, you will soon see the key role that friends and family play in your bar exam preparation. It may be hard...

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Recalibrating the Measure of Bar Exam Success

By early November all U.S. jurisdictions, save California, will have published bar pass results. For those of us who've chosen careers in academic support and bar prep, the results are met with conflicting emotions. I am elated and overjoyed for my students who find their names on the bar pass...

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Charting Your Own Course

Bar study advice comes in many forms. Here are my recommendations for those who are now making decisions about bar prep courses and bar readiness plans: 1. Pick a bar course and study plan that suits your learning style and your budget. Dont purchase a more costly course, if you'll have to take...

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