Got yet another success story, by a reader who shared with me a very detailed and specific recap of her journey to pass the 2020 February California Bar Exam (26.8% pass rate) on her second try.
It was too good not to share.
- Big bar course made her “dumber,” wasted her time, DRAINED her energy and time. She was too wiped out to memorize or practice
- Did not even know how to START any essay
- Panic, doubts, insecurities, mind games, pressure
- Practical and effective approach
- Used the right tools for her
- Enjoyed herself because she could see herself getting better
Key takeaways and full story below…
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The fog is clearing up in bar world. We wanted certainty. We got it.
Some of the more populated states are postponing the exam to September 9–10 or September 30 – October 1. Others are staying put in July. You can check the status of each state here.
In an interesting move, California is moving the exam to September 9 and is administering the exam remotely. Oh you, always such a rascal.
In any case, it’s happening. Things are moving, and so must you.
As the dust continues to settle, what should you do to keep your mind focused on track?
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So you’re a licensed attorney who already made it outside of California and, for some reason, wants to join an already overcrowded state and tackle the hardest bar exam in the country (debate me, New Yorkers).
No judgment. But the question on your mind is whether to take the one-day Attorneys’ Examination (essays and PT only)… or the two-day General Bar Exam (essays, PT, and MBE) like the rest of them.
Is it smarter to take the General Exam because of the higher the pass rate and the ability to boost your score with the MBE questions?
It seems crazy that you would choose to take a longer test, but could it be easier to study for it?
How are other attorneys making this decision?
Continue reading “Should you take the California Attorneys’ Exam or the General Bar Exam?”