I Failed The Illinois Bar Exam. What Should I Do?
Illinois bar exam results will be out this week! Let’s say it is the worst-case scenario: You’ve received your bar exam results only to learn that you’ve failed the Illinois Bar Exam. This is an incredibly disappointing moment. You may not know how to share this news with family and friends or how to proceed next. Below we provide you with some advice on the process of having to study and sit for the bar exam again.
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Failing the Bar Exam: 5 Important Things to Remember & Lessons Learned – by Someone Who Failed the Bar Exam
Note to reader: The author of this guest post failed the bar exam. The author shares their five most important lessons learned from failing the bar exam:
There are either two outcomes for students who take the bar exam. They will either pass or fail it. If you happen to have failed the bar I hope you realize that this particular failure will not destroy you. Failure matures you. Failure has the ability to shatter hope. However, failure can also help an individual to re-piece his or her identity. By embracing failure, and accepting it as a part of life, one can became lighter, stronger, and wiser. When we fail, especially at something we tried exceptionally hard to achieve, it feels like a small death. However, this small death can give rise to new growth and new life. Thus, we must learn from our failures in order to grow.