February 2024 Bar Exam Results Release Dates by State Wondering when the February 2024 bar exam results will be released in your state? In this post, we tell you: When examinees find out their bar exam results; How examinees find out their bar exam results; Statistics and pass lists for the bar exam; A passing […]
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JD Advising’s February 2024 UBE Predictions
Note: All the suggested essays noted below can be found for free using the links below. We use links to essays from the following sites: the National Conference of Bar Examiners, the Minnesota State Board of Law Examiners, the New Jersey Board of Bar Examiners, the Maryland Courts, and the New York State Board of Law Examiners.
Disclaimer: You should NOT rely solely on these February 2024 Uniform Bar Exam predictions when you study! You should review all subjects when preparing for the Uniform Bar Exam. All subjects are fair game for the exam. This is just our educated guess on what will appear on the exam, which we do for fun! Sometimes we are right. Sometimes we are not! Please review our FREE Highly Tested MEE Topics Guide for the highly tested topics and be careful not to ignore any subject! Now, onto our February 2024 Uniform Bar Exam predictions.
Bouncing Back from a Bar Exam Setback: 5 Steps to Regroup and Refocus
Falling short on the bar exam can be a humbling and desperate experience. Students often spend months preparing for the bar exam, and getting results that you don’t want, or sometimes, don’t expect, can leave students scrambling to figure out next steps. If you find yourself in this position, we put together some steps you can use to regroup and refocus. Read on to find out some tips for bouncing back from a bar exam setback.
Free Webinar Series: What to do if you Failed the Bar Exam. Concrete Steps to Pass the Next Bar Exam!
We are excited to share with you that we have a free webinar series on what to do if you failed the bar exam! This webinar is led by our lead course instructor and tutor, Meagan Jabbori. We will also have guest speakers! Our goal is to save you hours of time studying for the bar exam and help you come up with a new action plan to pass the bar exam!
The Importance of Taking a Break After Failing the Bar Exam
After receiving the news of not passing the bar exam, it’s natural to feel a mix of emotions, from disappointment to anger to sadness. While the instinct might be to immediately dive back into studying, it’s crucial to first take a step back and allow yourself time to process and heal.
How To Handle Post-Bar Exam Anxiety
The bar exam is a stressful experience that lasts for months. From studying to taking the exam to waiting for results, the process can be excruciating. You probably studied for 300-400 hours and had a lot of anxiety building up to the day of the test. Text day itself can result in a range of emotions, from excitement to panic. And after the bar exam is over, there is a long waiting period of 6-10 weeks before you receive results. Furthermore, you might not feel a sense of relief when the exam is over but might be fearful you did not pass. This is a lot to deal with and takes a mental and physical toll on law students. In this post, we’ll cover ways you can handle post-bar exam anxiety.
“I Feel Like I Failed the Bar Exam—Does that Mean I Did?” (Hint: NO!)
A top source of post-bar exam anxiety for many examinees is that they feel like they failed the bar exam. If you share that concern, you are not alone! It is completely normal to feel unsure about how you did and anxious about receiving your score. The good news is just because you do not feel good about the bar exam, that does not mean that you did poorly on it! In this post we tell you 5 reasons why feeling bad doesn’t mean that you failed the bar exam along with our top 3 tips on how to move past post-bar exam anxiety. Read more
July 2023 Bar Exam Results Release Dates by State Wondering when the July 2023 bar exam results will be released in your state? In this post, we tell you: When examinees find out their bar exam results; How examinees find out their bar exam results; Statistics and pass lists for the bar exam; A passing […]
How To Analyze Your Bar Exam Score Report
If you have taken the bar exam and received your results, you likely have access to your bar exam score report. Depending on where you took the exam and whether you passed or failed, you may have access to a wealth of information that can help you better plan for your next time taking the bar exam. Your score report can also help you to simply understand how you performed on test day. In this post, we cover how to analyze your bar exam score report as well as use that analysis to improve your score!
Do Big Law Associates Fail The Bar Exam?
Big law associates typically did very well academically in law school and succeeded in their summer associate positions and other extracurriculars, leading them to a full-time job offer at some of the nation’s largest firms. Because these associates meet so many academic and professional benchmarks, many wonder: do big law associates fail the bar exam? The short answer: it’s not very common, but it does happen. In this post, we discuss what happens when big law associates fail the bar exam, how to help prevent failure, and what steps to take if you are a big law associate who has not passed the bar exam.
Failing the Bar Exam – What to Do Next
It’s the morning that bar exam results are set to be released and you are anxiously preparing for the news. You have been waiting for this day to arrive for a few months. Your fingers are crossed as you await the (hopefully) positive news. Unfortunately, the results are in and you find out that you did not pass. After the initial shock sets in, and you can internalize exactly what you are feeling, an important question comes to mind: What do I do next? In this post, we provide some steps to take if you find out you did not pass the bar exam.
What To Do If You Failed The Bar Exam Part II Webinar
We are excited to share with you that we have a free webinar on what to do if you failed the bar exam. This webinar is led by one of our course instructors and tutors, Lisa Cline, on May 10th, 2023. Our goal is to save you hours of time studying for the bar exam and help you come up with a new action plan to pass the bar exam!
Free Webinar: What To Do If You Failed The Bar Exam. Concrete Steps to Pass the Next Bar Exam!
We are excited to share with you that we have a free webinar on what to do if you failed the bar exam.
What If You Fail The Bar Exam As A Lateral Attorney?
Most bar exam applicants are students who need to pass the bar so that they can begin to practice law. In these instances, the bar exam is a hurdle students must overcome to become a licensed attorney, remain employed, or find employment. There is another group of bar exam applicants, though, that doesn’t get nearly enough attention! We’re referring to practicing attorneys who need to take the bar exam to become licensed in another jurisdiction. While already licensed, passing the bar exam is just as crucial for these attorneys! Keep reading to find out what happens if you fail the bar exam as a lateral attorney.
February 2023 Bar Exam Results Release Dates by State Wondering when the February 2023 bar exam results will be released in your state? In this post, we tell you: When examinees find out their bar exam results; How examinees find out their bar exam results; Statistics and pass lists for the bar exam; A passing […]