Of course bar takers get lost when there are so many different ways to go about preparing.
You could try everything yourself, or you could find a few people you trust and ignore the rest.
I would rather pay someone I trusted literally 10x (or more) for insights I could apply, than information from 10 random people cobbled together. Just tell me what I need to know and the steps I need to take, dude!
Reason 1: Too much conflicting information actually STOPS you from doing anything.
Reason 2: I want the right insights, not just information. The information doesn’t even have to be perfect, as long as it makes sense to me and gets me to take action.
Reason 3: The more I respect the material (the more I pay), the more likely I am to do something with it.
How do you know whether to trust someone? Trust yourself to know.
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guessing some of you weirdos out there actually, literally LOVE bar
preparation. Probably the same kind of people I didn’t talk to in law school.
encourage you to enjoy bar prep to the extent possible… But this probably
isn’t your passion and calling. So why stay trapped in it any longer than you
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leads to your heart immediately entering a lowkey hum of disappointment and
regret as soon as you wake up.
other leads to a free life where you’re not chained to your circumstances. You
can finally live where you want. You can finally do the work you want. You can
finally start chipping away at those student loans and pay for appetizers.
How do I know this?
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Many bar takers are obsessed with the idea of memorization. It’s something a lot of students have concerns with and something I think about, too.
I think it comes from a place of insecurity. They say, “As long as I memorize this perfectly, I will be set for the bar exam.”
No, that’s not the point!
This is a common thought process, especially for those starting out. Yes, you do want to memorize as early as you can. And yes, you def want to know the material before the bar.
It’s not that I’m ragging on memorization. You should memorize. It’s table stakes. Everyone’s doing it. It’s a minimum requirement. Just a cost of entry.
I do want to point out what bar students miss when they get tunnel vision around memorization. Don’t miss the forest for the trees:
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