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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
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
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
Thank you so much for all of your views, comments, and questions so far. We are very excited about our JD Advising bar exam kickoff sale. It is the first, and probably last time, we will offer such a thing.
This is Day #2 of our 3-part pre-sale launch. Just a reminder that our pre-sale launch consists of three parts:
Launch! On April 19, we will begin our sales campaign. It will last until April 24. April 19th through April 24th will be the only dates you will be able to take advantage of our sale!
February 2017 was South Carolina’s first administration of the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). Therefore, it will be interesting to see if it has any affect on the overall pass rate. For all 2016 bar exam takers, the pass rate was around 63%, which was the lowest pass rate in at least a decade. So, if you failed the South Carolina bar exam, you are certainly not alone. In this article we outline the steps to take moving forward if you failed the South Carolina Bar Exam.by
Montana bar exam results were mailed on April 10, and will be posted online on April 14. Montana’s overall passage rate has plummeted since it adopted the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) in July 2013. Pre-UBE, Montana’s passage rate averaged close to 90%. In 2015, the overall passage rate was 66%, and in 2016, it was 74%. Montana lowered it’s passing score from 270 to 266 due to this precipitous decline. If you failed the Montana bar exam, remember that you are not the only one! In this article we will guide you on what to do if you failed the Montana Bar Exam.by
Utah has seen a significant decline over the past two years in the number of applicants passing the bar exam, both as first-time and repeat takers. Historically, Utah had overall passage rates in 80-85% range, and an overall first-time taker passage rate of almost 90%! Those rates have declined since 2015 (as did many bar passage rates in most states). As of 2016, the overall Utah bar exam passage rate fell to 71%, and the passage rate for first-time takers fell to 78%. So, if you failed the Utah bar exam, you are most certainly not alone! In this article we outline a step-by-step guide on what to do if you failed the Utah Bar Exam.by
Vermont had a big increase in its overall passage rate from 2015 to 2016, as did many states. In 2015, only 50% of people passed the bar exam, whereas 65% passed in 2016. The 2016 passage rate of 65% is right on par with Vermont’s average passage rate over the last 10 years.
For the February 2017 Vermont bar exam, only 21 people passed. So, if you failed the Vermont bar exam, you are definitely not alone. In this article we outline a step-by-step guide on what to do if you failed the Vermont Bar Exam.by
You’ve received your bar exam results only to learn that you’ve failed the Florida 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 advice on the process of having to study and sit for the bar exam again.by