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Do's and Don'ts for Bar Exam Day

Do’s and Don’ts to Pass the Bar Exam

Well, you’ve finally made it. After countless hours of studying, it is finally test day. You can see the finish line from here. But this test stands in the way of your future, so you’re appropriately intimidated. Don’t be afraid of the bar exam;…
Non-Studying Tips for the Bar Exam

14 Critical Non-Studying Tips for Passing the Bar Exam

Just like Yogi Berra commented that “baseball is 90 percent mental,” so is much of the bar examination. We offer plenty of tips to help you pass the bar exam based on proven study techniques. However, it’s equally important to take steps to prepare…

Bar Exam Writing Styles

IRAC, CRAC, CREAC, CRRACC – Why So Many Acronyms and What do They All Mean?  Comparing Different Writing Strategies for Your Bar Exam Essays IRAC method, CRAC, CREAC and CRRACC are all popular writing styles in law schools. However, you don’t necessarily…
Sanity Savers After Taking The Bar Exam

21 Sanity Savers After The Bar Exam

After months of non-stop studying, reading outlines, and listening to lectures, you’re finally at the end of your journey. Now that you’ve taken the bar examination, you probably feel out of sorts. You might not know what to do with all of your spare…
How to Become a Lawyer

How To Become A Lawyer

Lawyers serve as advisors, advocates, and representatives for their clients, which may include individuals, corporations, or government agencies. Their job often includes preparing and filing legal documents, interpreting laws and regulations, and researching…
CPA Exam vs Bar Exam Which One is Harder?

CPA Exam vs. Bar Exam: Which One is Harder?

Comparing apples and oranges is the oft-used expression when two things of different qualities and characteristics are evaluated side by side. Sometimes, however, it’s necessary to make such comparisons, as life-altering decisions are made after these…
Multistate Performance Test Breakdown

Multistate Performance Test: What It Is and How to Crush It

The Multistate Performance Test (MPT) is the part of the bar exam that most closely mimics the practice of law. But it’s only worth 20% of your bar score, so many people neglect it in favor of more heavily-weighted sections. This is a huge mistake!…
Bar Exam Tips

Bar Exam Tips

Passing the Bar Exam According to the American Bar Association, almost all law school graduates in the United States must apply for bar admission through a state board of bar examiners to practice law in that state. Each state is allowed to set its…
Bar Exam Requirements

Bar Exam Requirements

There are many differences in the format, content, and way in which each state administers its bar examination. It can be difficult and time-consuming to gain a good understanding of the application and filing requirements that lead up to each state's…