We welcome Dustin Saiidi of I Passed My Bar Exam back to the Bar Exam Toolbox blog. Dustin specializes in helping students take the bar exam with success and less stress. He is also the author of The 7 Steps to Bar Exam Success. Dustin has created a series of videos to helps students study for the bar more effectively and with passing results. He wanted to share the first in the video series with the Toolbox readers. [Read more…] about How to Get Twice the Amount of Time on Your Bar Exam Prep
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Brian Hahn shares Part 2 of his two-part post about creating a methodical way to practice for the California bar exam. If you missed Part 1, you can read it here. [Read more…] about Deliberate Practice: an Approach to Minimum Competence — Part 2
Brian Hahn, founder of Make This Your Last Time and a second-time passer of the California bar exam, is back with a two-part post about creating a methodical way to practice for the California bar exam. Welcome back, Brian! [Read more…] about Deliberate Practice: An Approach to Minimum Competence — Part 1
If you’re taking the February bar exam, you’re likely knee-deep study mode at this time. But the question we like to ask our bar students is: Are you studying for the bar exam in the right way? Sure, there are lots of ways to study and techniques to use. But if your’e not using the right methods for you, all your hard work may not pay off. So what is the right way to study for the bar exam? Lee recently shared some guidance and tips for studying the right way over on About.com. Here’s what you will find there:
We are pleased to welcome back to the blog Dr. Jared Maloff, a clinical psychologist. He specializes in helping students who need testing accommodations navigate the California bar exam. He has shared with readers how to apply for accommodations and the decision factors to consider when applying for help. Here’s back today to talk about how to apply for bar exam accommodations when financial concerns are an issue. Welcome back, Jared. [Read more…] about How to Apply for Bar Exam Accommodations When Finances are a Concern
I found your website when I was searching online about how to help my son who failed the California bar exam. He is really upset and I don’t know what to do. He is a smart kid who has always done really well and performed at the top of his classes his entire life, so I think this is not only disappointing for him professionally, but I think he is also taking it very personally. He keeps saying he can’t believe he was so stupid, and that is very unlike him. [Read more…] about How Can Parents Help Their Student Who Failed the Bar Exam?