Taking the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) in November? Looking for some guidance on how to approach studying? We recommend watching our free MPRE webinar, which is available now! The webinar lasts about 50 minutes.
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Some students applying to take the bar exam will require testing accommodations. Testing accommodations are provided pursuant to the ADA and granted to applicants for a variety of reasons. Generally, accommodations can include additional test-taking time, separate testing facilities, or physical modifications, such as an enlarged computer screen. Let’s take a closer look at the basics of bar exam accommodations. The information contained in this blog post is general in nature. Please keep in mind that each state will have different accommodation policies.
Are you a prelaw student studying for the LSAT? Looking for some great tips on how to raise your LSAT score? JD Advising is pleased to partner with Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International to present a free LSAT webinar! Join this webinar on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. ET (5:00 p.m. PT)!
The Bar Exam is the definition of a pressure-filled situation. Not to blow anything out of proportion, but the exam is the literal gateway to becoming an attorney. Students study for months, endure pressure from employers to pass, and don’t want to let anyone down. It’s easy to see why anxiety and emotions run high for students during the weeks leading up to the exam. Students are often provided strategies for dealing with exam anxiety leading up to the Bar Exam. However, one subject doesn’t get as much attention as the countless articles discussing strategies to combat anxiety before the exam. We’re talking about panic during the bar exam.
At first glance, the use of a multiple-choice test as part of the bar exam might seem odd. After all, law school exams are mostly in essay or short-answer format. The multiple-choice format of the MBE will test not only your substantive knowledge but also your analysis of different potential answers. To help you avoid the biggest MBE mistakes, we’ve put together this list of tips.
Hopefully, you never have to take the “Baby Bar,” also properly known as the First-Year Law Students’ Exam. But many students will face the exam. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about the baby bar exam and whether it’s something you’ll need to sit for!
Whether you’re in the middle of preparing to take the Michigan Bar Exam or just thinking ahead, it’s important to think about your timing strategy in advance. If you’re worried about answering the exam questions under pressure, we’ve got some good news: time management is an area you can learn to improve, just like any other subject! To help put you on the path to passing the Michigan Bar Exam, we’ve put together this list of tips.
For students preparing to select their bar location, there is one key question that must be addressed. Can you transfer your score from one state to another? This post will discuss bar reciprocity and how it works. As with most things, bar reciprocity is specific for each state. Therefore, make sure to research the rules for the state where you are taking the bar, and any states where you think you might want to practice in the future.
Best Outdoor Study Spots For The California Bar Exam
Studying for the California Bar Exam may seem next to impossible during this unprecedented time. If you’re feeling anxious or stressed, you are not alone and need to realize that studying for the California Bar Exam is already a monumental task. Taking it during a global pandemic is an achievement in and of itself! Be proud of what you are doing and acknowledge just how awesome and powerful you are.
With most coffee shops, libraries, and other study spaces closed due to COVID, now is a great time to get outside. Take advantage of the jaw-dropping outdoor study spots that California has to offer. With so many beautiful outdoor study spots sprinkled throughout the great state of California, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a reason to stay inside. The outdoor study spots listed below should help you feel re-energized and revitalized while you soak in the sun and study for the California Bar Exam!
Law school and the Socratic Method go hand-in-hand. The Socratic Method, commonly referred to as “cold calling,” dates back to Socrates. This method is based on asking and answering questions to stimulate critical thinking. You will not escape law school without a cold call and you should be prepared to be put on the spot. Professors often use this method for hypothetical applications of law or to review a case.
JD Advising has quickly risen to become known as a cutting edge company that specializes in helping students pass the bar exam. We have broken away from the outdated model of learning and teach students how to pass the bar exam in the most effective and efficient way possible.