Category Archives: PTs

Changes to the California Bar Exam in July, 2017 (Format, Grading, and How to Prep)

If this coming July is the first time you’re taking the California bar, I’m sorry to inform you that you can no longer get legacy bragging rights for enduring three days of this shit.

At least you can be informed of what’s happening in July and what you can do in response. Let’s take a look…

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4 Things to Remember for Performance Tests (You Won’t Believe #2!)

Many bar takers don’t know what to do with their time after they’re done with it. They forget what they used to enjoy.

They continue to study for the bar (just in case)… They take time off and go on a trip they can’t afford before going back to the real world (#funemployed)… They grind away at work and miss studying…

They’re bored.

“You’re bored in the year 2017? Isn’t there a mirror in the bathroom? You can look into it until it breaks,” I tell them passive aggressively but only in my head because social decorum dictates it.

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The Value of Redoing Problems

So there was this girl in college.

Let’s call her “Sarah” since that was her name. Sarah had dark brown hair and smelled like fresh green apples. I could tell because my pillow smelled for a few days after she took a nap on it. This was all before my life went downhill, so let me indulge in this memory for a bit.

One day, she asked me what my hobby was… the most dreaded question a guy can get because what the hell is a hobby and where can I find one (let’s be real; “eating” or being a “foodie” don’t count as hobbies).

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