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I’m Embarrassed I Failed The Bar Exam! What Should I Do?

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I’m Embarrassed I Failed The Bar Exam! What Should I Do?

I’m Embarrassed I Failed The Bar Exam! What Should I Do?: With the many feelings that come with failing the bar exam, one of the main ones you may be feeling is embarrassed. Even though you know you should not be embarrassed for failing the bar exam you cannot seem to help the feeling from creeping back in. Especially when your coworkers, friends, and family may not be making it any better. The last thing you want to hear is someone telling you not to be embarrassed. You obviously know that. So, here are some things you can do to counter the embarrassment.

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Four Reasons You May Have Failed The Uniform Bar Exam

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Four Reasons You May Have Failed The Uniform Bar Exam

Four Reasons You May Have Failed The Uniform Bar Exam: So, you failed the Uniform Bar Exam. Now what? First, stay calm and realize this is not the end of the world (even though it may feel like it!) Second, don’t just jump back into studying the same way you did before. Before you do that, you need to figure out why you failed the Uniform Bar Exam so you can address your weaknesses and pass on the second try!

Below is a summary of four common reasons people fail the UBE and what you can do to overcome these pitfalls.

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If you’re thinking of committing suicide after receiving bar exam results, please read this first!

MBE tutoring, MBE Diagnostic, MBE helpIf you’re thinking of committing suicide after receiving bar exam results, please read this first!

Unfortunately, we frequently hear of students who commit suicide after receiving bar exam results. Recently, a person committed suicide after finding out that they failed the February 2017 bar exam for the third time. Continue reading

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I Failed The South Dakota Bar Exam. What Should I Do?

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I Failed The South Dakota Bar Exam. What Should I Do?

Firstly, if you found out that you failed the South Dakota bar exam, know that you are not alone! We have a note to those who failed the bar exam here.  You have come to the right spot to determine how to prepare for the next administration. Before hopping into the how to come up with a study plan for the next bar exam, it is first important to understand the intricacies of the exam so that you can better prepare.

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I Failed The Hawaii Bar Exam! What Do I Do Now?

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I Failed The Hawaii Bar Exam! What Do I Do Now?

Hawaii, while not a UBE jurisdiction, does use the MBE, MEE, and MPT from the NCBE to structure its test. It also includes a state specific ethics portion of the exam. Hawaii’s bar passage rate has not seen a precipitous drop like many states have over the past 10 years. It has stayed pretty stable at around 65-70%. If you failed, however, remember you are not alone! Here’s our guide on what to do if you failed the Hawaii bar exam.

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Waiting For Bar Exam Results? 7 Awesome and Productive Things to Do while you Wait!

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7 Awesome and Productive Things To Do
While Waiting For Bar Exam Results

Students often wonder what to do while waiting for bar exam results. Many students rush to apply to work somewhere. However, it is generally a bad time to apply for a job if you are not working or don’t have some preexisting connection.  Employers tend to be skeptical of hiring those waiting for bar exam results. You are overqualified for paralegal positions and underqualified for attorney positions.

However, whether you work or not, there are still plenty of ways to be productive and awesome while waiting for bar exam results. In this post, we list seven things to do while waiting for bar exam results.

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What If You Fail The Bar Exam? How To Make Your Plan B

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What If You Fail The Bar Exam? How To Make Your Plan B

Many people ask us “What if I fail the bar exam? What will I do?” They feel a lot of anxiety even asking the question and have no idea what route to go if they fail the bar exam. In this post we discuss why you should have a “Plan B” for if you fail the bar exam, and how to make that Plan B.
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The Six Most Common Reasons for Failing the Uniform Bar Exam

Common Reasons for Failing the Uniform Bar Exam

The Six Most Common Reasons for Failing the Uniform Bar Exam

The Six Most Common Reasons for Failing the Uniform Bar Exam: Are you taking the Uniform Bar Exam for the first time? Or are you sitting for the exam again? Either way, it is a good idea to figure out an effective study approach.  Below we provide a list of the six most common reasons for failing the Uniform Bar Exam and tips on how to avoid making these mistakes!

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What Happens If I Fail The Bar Exam At A Big Law Firm?

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What Happens If I Fail The Bar Exam At A Big Law Firm?

What Happens If I Fail The Bar Exam At A Big Law Firm?: You’ve landed your dream job at a big law firm. Years of hard work and sacrifice have finally paid off. Unfortunately, there is one last hurdle on your career path: you failed the bar exam! Thinking back, you don’t remember discussing what happens in this instance during your interview or when signing your employment contract. What should you do? Generally, what happens if you fail the bar exam at a big law firm?

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Why do Big Law Firm Associates Fail the Bar Exam?

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While you may think that big law firm associates do not fail the bar exam, that is not true. They seem like they are the exact opposite from the type of person that should fail the bar exam. They presumably did well in law school. They are smart. They are hardworking. So why do they fail? Continue reading

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Bar Exam Failure Stories: How I Passed The Bar Exam On My Fourth Try!

Bar Exam Failure Stories: How I Passed The Bar Exam On My Fourth Try!

Bar Exam Failure Stories: How I Passed The Bar Exam On My Fourth Try!: It is no secret that the bar exam is difficult and that it is an experience like no other. For the exam taker, it’s most comparable to a marathon in terms of how much information about the law you can pack into your brain. After the bar exam, it is very likely that you are unsure as to how well you did or what was even tested. Moreover, you will have to wait months for results to come in. This can be very hard. Rest assured, however, that with proper preparation and the right attitude, you will get through it.

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Seven Disadvantages of Taking Barbri — and How to Combat Them

Seven Disadvantages of Taking Barbri

Seven Disadvantages of Taking Barbri: While plenty of students pass the bar exam with Barbri, there are some disadvantages of taking Barbri that students walking into the bar exam (particularly first time takers) are not aware of when they write their big check for the bar review course. In this post, we talk about some of the disadvantages of taking Barbri as well as how you can combat them.    
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Will I Be Fired If I Fail the Bar Exam?

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Will I Be Fired If I Fail the Bar Exam?

Will I Be Fired If I Fail the Bar Exam?: Failing the bar exam is a terrible experience. Confusion, anger, and depression are just a few of the emotions many feel. For those who secured employment before their results came out, the next question often is: “Will I be fired if I fail the bar exam?” In this post, we’ll go over several scenarios, and how they might play out if you failed.

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