Tag Archive for: recover from failing
How to Dissect Your Baby Bar Exam Score Report
You may be wondering how to dissect your baby bar exam score report (or FYLSE score report). A lot of examinees who do not quite get a 560 on the exam wonder what they excelled at and what they need to improve on. Read more
How I Failed the Bar Exam then Passed With a 295 (50-point score increase)!
I finally feel as if I can call myself a lawyer without reserve.
A 295 is a passing score in EVERY jurisdiction.
Here I want to tell you how I failed the bar exam, then increased my score 50 points to pass with a 295. Read more
JD Advising Featured in Above the Law!
We were honored to be featured in the Above the Law article: Prep Like a Pro: How to Avoid the Bar Exam’s Greatest Pitfalls. Read more
February 2021 Bar Exam Results Release Dates by State
Wondering when the February 2021 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 score for the bar exam;
- Whether you will see your bar exam score;
- Whether your bar exam will be regraded or whether there is an appeals process; and
- Where you can find more information about the bar exam.
POPULAR POST ALERT: Failed the bar exam – then passed! Here are some tips from people who failed the bar exam!
Why Do Repeat Takers Fail The Bar Exam?
You’ve checked the pass list multiple times and scoured your brain for where you may have gone wrong. You’ve ensured that no mistakes were made by the examiners and that your essays weren’t accidentally switched around. Sound familiar? If so, you’re likely one of the thousands of examinees who failed to pass the bar exam. Accepting the fact that you did not pass the bar exam is a tough but necessary pill to swallow. The good news? You now have the opportunity to learn from your mistakes. To help you prepare for the exam and increase your chances of success, avoid making these common mistakes that help repeat takers fail the bar exam.
Passing The Bar As A Repeat California Taker
Given California’s recent slump in bar exam passage rates, it’s no wonder that taking the California Bar Exam as a repeat test taker is becoming more and more common. In fact, the last several administrations of the California Bar Exam saw a large portion of test-takers fail. Taking the California Bar Exam and finding out you didn’t pass is difficult enough. The thought of retaking the exam can be even more dreadful and generally brings with it frustration, anxiety, and stress. It’s common for many repeat test-takers to juggle work, personal lives, and more during a second attempt at the California Bar Exam.
Motivational Videos For Those That Failed The Bar Exam
If you failed the bar exam recently, you may be feeling a little hopeless and unmotivated. This is not uncommon, and it is good to give yourself some time to come to terms with what is ahead. Retaking the bar exam is a difficult journey to begin, but we know you can do it. To get you started, we collected a few motivational videos for those that failed the bar exam.
Tips For Repeat Takers Of The California Bar Exam
Failing the California Bar exam is one of the most gut-wrenching feelings you can experience throughout your professional career. After all the studying, preparation, and anxiety you may be left feeling like you don’t know where to turn. Well to begin, you’re in the right place and you’re not alone on your journey to pass the exam. Check out this list of these wildly successful people who have also failed the bar exam. Many repeat test-takers have gone on to pass the exam using the tips outlined below. These tips are designed to boost confidence and help repeat takers of the California Bar Exam.
Twenty Celebrities Who Failed The Bar Exam If you recently failed the bar exam, we understand it can be very upsetting. However, just like anything else, knowing you are not alone in your failure can bring some comfort. Many famous figures also failed the bar exam before going on to conquer it and so much […]
Free What To Do If You Failed The Bar Exam Webinar
We are excited to share with you that we have a new free webinar on what to do if you failed the bar exam.
How To Pass As A Bar Exam Repeater In Five Steps
For most graduating law students, studying for the bar is a commitment of at least two months. During that time, you’ll work hard to memorize the law, apply it to a given set of facts, and form your legal conclusions. After you’ve spent all that time and effort preparing for the bar, it can be devastating to learn that you failed the bar exam. However, you should learn from the experience and use it to improve your score on the second take. To help, here are some tips on how to pass as a bar exam repeater.
July 2020 Michigan Bar Exam Appeals — Things to Consider!
If you failed the July 2020 Michigan bar exam, we are very sorry! You may not know the next best step. One option that you may have, depending on your essay score and the quality of your essays, is appealing your bar exam score. If you pass the bar exam on appeal, you will be a licensed lawyer just like anyone else who passed the bar exam.
If you are considering appealing your score, here are some important notes!
Update 1/1/23: Michigan no longer allows examinees to appeal their bar exam score! We will no longer be writing appeals for Michigan Bar Exam takers. Read more
Did Kamala Harris Fail The Bar Exam?
Due to the delay of the July 2020 bar exam in many states, results may be released around Election Day. This will overlap with many fall 2020 bar exam results being released. To talk about both, we answer the question did Kamala Harris fail the bar exam, and what happens if I do too?