How A Bar Exam Tutor Can Help You Pass The Bar Exam
If you find yourself struggling with bar prep, a bar exam tutor could be just the thing to put you on the right track. In this post, we go over the best reasons to get a tutor!
How A Bar Exam Tutor Can Help You Pass The Bar Exam
Here are a list of just some of the ways that a bar exam tutor can help you pass the bar exam. These are advantages that we hear our students talk about frequently when we ask them about their bar exam tutoring experiences with our company.
1. A bar exam tutor can give you one-on-one attention.
As opposed to prerecorded lectures or fill-in-the-blank outlines, a bar exam tutor is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Our tutors give you one-on-one attention that focuses on your needs. They will tailor your sessions to what you need. They can then identify your strengths and weaknesses, and help you plan your approach to the bar exam. A large lecture filled with other anxious bar exam preppers doesn’t suit everyone. Some students find it very hard to pay attention during large lectures (particularly pre-recorded lectures). Others get too distracted by other students. Further, some students do not like that questions cannot be asked to a lecturer.
2. Your JD Advising bar exam tutor will use our custom outlines and material.
Our outlines and other material our second to none. Our bar exam tutors use them to guide your sessions. The outlines are well-organized and concise, providing an excellent and efficient approach to any facet of the bar exam. See a sample of our MEE outlines here to judge for yourself!
Many students find our outlines to be a breath of fresh air in contrast with many commercial course outlines. They are much easier to learn and to use and they are precisely tailored to what is tested. We offer unique outlines for the Uniform Bar Exam, certain state bar exams (e.g., California, Michigan), and the multistate bar exam (MBE).
3. A bar exam tutor can introduce you to a new approach.
If your current approach to bar prep isn’t working, why continue to along the same path? There’s no point in continuing a bad approach as this will likely result in failure. And there is no reason to fail the bar exam before realizing you need a different approach.
A bar exam tutor can help change your frame of reference and get you moving along a different path. Unlike a huge prep course, a tutor can adjust the speed of your sessions on subjects or topics you struggle with. An individualized approach could be the difference between passing and failing the bar exam!
4. A bar exam tutor can help you develop a study schedule.
Your time outside tutoring sessions is just as important as your time in them. A bar exam tutor can help you make and stick to a bar exam study schedule tailored to your needs. Do you work full-time, and need to squeeze sessions into your busy schedule? We can help with that! Do you need a longer prep schedule due to other commitments? No problem! A bar exam tutor can work with whatever restrictions you are under to develop the best approach for you!
We work with students each administration that have full-time obligations. We help them master what they really need to know to pass the bar exam. We understand that not everyone has all day to study!
5. A bar exam tutor can keep you accountable.
Sometimes, students need some help staying on track. In large prep courses, there is generally no one to hold you accountable. A bar exam tutor can provide a touchstone to make sure you stay on track. They can let you know when you aren’t doing enough to pass the bar.
Be honest with yourself. If you need the extra motivation of preparing for sessions to keep you on track, then a tutor might just be for you.
6. If you have timing issues, anxiety, or other challenges.
If you struggle with timing issues or have some other personal challenge, a bar exam tutor is an ideal solution. A tutor can provide personalized advice and approaches that work with where you are. Timing is such a huge component of the bar exam. If you struggle with it, it’s difficult to pass. A tutor can give you insight into your approach and help you speed up.
We also help students that struggle with anxiety each administration. For some, the anxiety is overwhelming. A tutor can break down the bar exam into manageable bits and provide guidance and reassurance to you if you struggle with bar exam test anxiety.
Lastly, you may have other challenges. For example, we have worked with some foreign law graduates who were unfamiliar with the multiple-choice format, or who needed extra help on the written portion of the bar exam. We have also worked with students who have dyslexia, disgraphia, and ADHD. We are prepared to help you no matter what your situation is!
In addition, if you know you have testing accommodations, a tutor can help you prepare for the bar exam. Most bar prep approaches do not take accommodations into consideration when they set their bar prep curriculum. A bar exam tutor who understands your needs is a huge advantage!
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