So you find yourself in an unbelievable situation: You failed the bar exam.
Reality is undeniable. You dust off your tears. It’s time to take action.
You wonder: What’s the next step?
Should you retake a bar prep course? What’s the alternative?
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Some bar takers wonder if they should study early for the bar exam (ahead of the traditional 10-week schedule), whether…
- They’re waiting for results,
- They got their bar results and want to retake the exam,
- They have a full-time job to juggle at the same time, or
- It’s been a minute (years to be exact) since they’ve graduated law school or have taken the exam.
While there are benefits to studying early, there are many traps to doing so. There are benefits to simply waiting until study season is in full swing before deciding whether or not to study for the bar exam. But as always, bar prep is personal.
Let’s discuss all of this—who early bar prep is right for and the best way to study early and effectively—so that you’re making the most of your time and energy.
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