JD Advising Bar Exam Season Kickoff Sale – Only Six Hours Left!!
The JD Advising Bar Exam Season Kickoff Sale Ends in Six hours!!
A Step-by-Step Guide on What to Do if you Failed the Alabama Bar Exam: Alabama bar exam results have been released as of April 19 for the February 2017 Alabama bar exam. Alabama has very detailed information on its site regarding passage rates. Alabama only had a 41% passage rate with 61.3% of first-time takers passing and 28.2% of repeat takers passing. If you failed the Alabama bar exam, you may be wondering what to do next. Having a plan can be an immense source of comfort.by
Today is the second day of our JD Advising Bar Exam Season Kickoff Sale! We have had a great response so far! Our JD Advising Bar Exam Season Kickoff Sale is an exclusive opportunity where you will have a five-day window to get deals on our services and products. This opportunity will NOT come again in the foreseeable future. Continue readingby
We are thrilled to announce that our JD Advising Bar Exam Season Kickoff Sale begins today! This is an exclusive opportunity where you will have a five-day window to get deals on our services and products. This opportunity will NOT come again in the foreseeable future. Continue readingby
Wyoming’s February 2017 bar exam results are out! 22 applicants were recommended for admission to practice law. Among these, 14 passed the Wyoming bar exam. Their names are published here. Since adopting the Uniform Bar Exam in July 2013, Wyoming has actually seen its overall passage rate go up. For example, Wyoming’s overall passage rate in 2012 was 53%. In 2016, the overall passage rate was 70%, which is right around the average since the UBE was adopted. Still, if you failed the Wyoming bar exam, you are certainly not alone! Here’s our thoughts on how to move forward!by
Maine is administering the Uniform Bar Exam for the first time in July 2017. So, if you failed the Maine bar exam this time around, you can look at your results a little differently than most. The next time you pass the bar exam, it will have a new format, so it is like you’re starting with a clean slate.by
A Step-by-Step Guide on What to Do if you Failed the New Jersey Bar Exam: New Jersey bar exam results are not yet out for the February 2017 administration. In 2016, New Jersey had its lowest overall pass rate in at least a decade. Only 58% of takers passed the exam. In fact, New Jersey’s passage rate has declined year-on-year since 2013. New Jersey also administered the UBE for the first time in February 2017, which could also have an effect on its pass rate. So, if you struggled with and failed the New Jersey bar exam, you are certainly not alone!by
Thank you so much for all of your comments and good questions so far! We are very excited about our JD Advising bar exam kickoff sale. This is an exclusive opportunity where you will have a five-day window to get deals on our services and products. This opportunity will NOT come again in the foreseeable future.by
JD Advising associate, Meagan Jabbori, took the Washington bar exam in February 2017. She scored in the 96th percentile overall and in the 99th percentile on the written portion of the bar exam.
Washington administers the Uniform Bar Exam and released February 2017 results today at 8:00 AM PST.
We are very proud of Meagan and her outstanding score! She has helped hundreds of students pass the bar exam in Michigan as well as other jurisdictions. She looks forward to imparting her knowledge and expertise on the Uniform Bar Exam to future students. Continue readingby
Did you recently receive your acceptance to law school? Wondering how you’re going to approach studying for your classes? Do the first-year subjects intimidate you? If the answer to these questions is yes, then you should consider signing up for our JD Advising Law School Prep Course.by
I failed the New York bar exam. What should I do? New York Bar Exam results are not out yet! They are expected to be out at the end of April or beginning of May. However, you may be wondering what you should do if you failed the New York Bar Exam. We encourage students to think of a “Plan A” and a “Plan B” while they are waiting for results as it helps them keep their sanity! Continue readingby
The ABA recently posted an article about the recent all-time-low MBE scores. Last February’s MBE average was 135. This year’s is 134.1. We all know one point can make a difference in passing and failing. It is also low considering that iother years have had much higher MBE averages (e.g. 137 in 2012 and 138 in 2013 and 2014).
Erica Moeser from the National Conference of Bar Examiners’ credits the drop to lowering standards for admissions. She says that the decrease in scored questions from 190 to 175 is not a factor. Continue readingby
A Step-by-Step Guide on What to Do if you Failed the Oregon Bar Exam: Oregon bar exam results are not yet out for the February 2017 administration but they are expected to be released online on Friday, April 21 at 2:00 PM. Update: Results are out! There was a 65% passage rate for February bar exam takers. (This is up from February 2016, where Oregon had a 60% passage rate among its 157 examinees, and July 2016, where Oregon had a 57.6% passage rate among its 450 examinees.) Continue readingby
One of the most important keys to success on law school finals is to manage your stress. The thought of your upcoming finals can be very overwhelming, but you will perform much better if you stay relaxed. Your brain can only do so much at once, so why waste energy worrying over something you can control with good study habits? This post will offer you a few tips on how to lower stress during law school finals. And try to remember, law school is a marathon, not a sprint. If something happens to go wrong, there are plenty of other chances to make up for it.by