Stories of transformation
Real stories from bar exam takers who decided to DO IT and move on with their life
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Passed the 2021 February California Bar Exam (Attorneys’ Exam)
Passed the 2020 February California Bar Exam (26.8% pass rate, the lowest on record)
“Essentially, I think I was trying to minimize brain damage, though not passing turned out to be far more brain damage than going through the pain up front.”
“I honestly felt like Kaplan was making me dumber and I was just wasting my time. . . . I was able to find a more effective plan that ultimately DID indeed work for me.”
Passed the 2020 October California Bar Exam
(first online/remote administration)
Passed the 2018 July California Bar Exam, the exam with the lowest July pass rate (40%)
“Yes, it’s true life can get in the way of the bar. But if you have a chance to give the exam everything you got regardless, please do not give into fear or doubt like I did. Seize the opportunity when you have it.”
“I came to the understanding I wanted to be able to have gone through . . . enough practice essays for every topic that there wouldn’t be anything that blindsided me.”
Passed the 2018 July California Bar Exam (40% pass rate)
Passed the 2018 July California Bar Exam after MANY attempts
“I studied less this time than I did the other two times, but I studied smarter.”
“Every moment that I was using, I’m asking myself: Am I doing something that’s helping me prepare?”
Notice that most of these passers DIDN’T have the most time.
It wasn’t about spending the most time but studying more EFFICIENTLY and EFFECTIVELY.
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Passed the 2018 July Kansas Bar Exam (UBE)
Attempts: Kansas Bar Exam 1 time
Weakness: Essays (MEEs)
Unique challenge: Essay topics that were new to him, started preparation with 7 weeks to go
“I really wasn’t pulling together essays until after I spent a lot of time, specifically with your Approsheets. I did that for most of the essay subjects, especially the ones that I didn’t have any contact with, and I really saw myself picking up a lot more issues that way and scoring a lot higher. After that, I think that’s when I finally, finally started to feel like there’s a chance I was gonna pull it off.”
Passed the 2018 July Georgia Bar Exam
Attempts: Georgia Bar Exam 1 time
Unique challenge: Mom duties, worked full time, 30% chance of passing
“I don’t learn by watching lectures all day. I didn’t learn like that in law school, at any point in my life did I learn like that. So why would I do that for the most important test in my life?”
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