One and done. That was my motto when I was studying for the bar exam. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer and passing the bar exam the first time around meant I could get my dream job sooner rather than later. I committed to passing on my first attempt and (thankfully) I did. One and done. Here are some tips to help you pass the bar exam the first time too.
You did it! You just took the most important (and most grueling) exam of your life. You spent the last eight weeks (or even a lot more) memorizing the law, writing practice essays and performance tests, and doing hundreds of MBE questions. And let’s be honest, you cried, thought about quitting, and questioned your sanity too.
The moment you walked out of the bar exam, you probably felt a wave of relief. All the stress that has been building up over the last two months just washed away because the bar exam is finally behind you and in that moment, life is good. I remember that moment so well. But, if you’re anything like me, that feeling of relief was quickly replaced by one single thought: all that hard work is bound to pay off…right? [Read more…] about Just Took the Bar Exam? Why You Shouldn’t Obsess Over Results