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When will February 2018 Michigan Bar Exam Results be Released?

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When Will February 2018 Michigan Bar Exam Results Be Released?

Wondering when the February 2018 Michigan Bar Exam Results will be released? The Michigan Board of Law Examiners states that Michigan Bar Exam results are released mid-May but in reality, they are usually released earlier than that.

Below, you can see the past release dates for February Michigan Bar Exam results.

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When will February 2018 New York Bar Exam Results be Released?

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When Will February 2018 New York Bar Exam Results be Released?

February 2018 New York bar exam results should be released around the end of April or beginning of May.  (Our formal prediction is Thursday, April 26, but it really could be anytime at the end of April or beginning of May)

For the February 2017 New York Bar Exam, we predicted results would be released on April 25 and they were in fact released then!

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When will February 2018 Washington DC Bar Exam Results be Released?

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Washington DC bar exam results are usually released around the beginning of May. (Our formal prediction for the February 2018 Washington DC bar exam results is Friday, May 11.) This is in part due to the fact that DC results have been released later than most states recently. Further, there are more people taking the DC bar exam each administration.

Lastly, DC seems to like releasing results on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays for the most part. Results were released on Fridays the last three February exams. Continue reading

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How to Transfer Your UBE Score to New York

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How to Transfer Your UBE Score to New York

After taking the Uniform Bar Exam (“UBE”) and passing you may be considering transferring your score to other jurisdictions, such as New York. This may have even been your main reason for taking the UBE. While the task of applying to another bar seems daunting, it is a simple (yet time consuming) process. The New York Board of Law Examiners (“BOLE” or “the Board”) website provides detailed information on how to transfer your passing UBE score to become barred in New York. Yet in an effort to tell you everything you need to know you may walk away from their instructions feeling a little confused. So here is a simplified list of all you need to accomplish in order to transfer your UBE score to New York and become licensed to practice law in the state of New York. Note: You should refer to their website to make sure you have all the updated information that applies to you. This is just a general overview for your convenience!

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How to Dissect your New York Bar Exam Score Report

how to ready your new york bar exam score report, how to dissect your new york bar exam score report How to Dissect your New York Bar Exam Score Report:  If you took the New York Bar Exam, whether you passed or failed, you may be curious about how to dissect your New York Bar Exam score report. In this post, we tell you how to dissect your score report so you can figure out exactly how you performed on each section of the exam. Continue reading

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What Does My DC Bar Exam Score Report Mean?

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What Does My DC Bar Exam Score Report Mean?

For applicants to the bar in Washington, DC, everyone learns at once who passed the bar exam. Then, everyone has to wait to get their individual score breakdowns.  July 2017 bar exam applicants received their DC bar exam score reports less than a week after the pass list came out. But the email you receive from the DC Committee on Admissions may be a little confusing. The following is a simple breakdown of the DC bar exam score report to help you understand it.

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What is the DC Bar Swearing In Ceremony Like?

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 What is the DC Bar Swearing In Ceremony Like?

You graduated from law school. You took and passed the bar exam and passed the character and fitness check. Now there is just one thing left to do until you are officially a lawyer: the swearing in ceremony. But if you are getting sworn into the DC Bar, there is very little information provided for you on what the swearing in ceremony is actually like. The Committee on Admissions is not liberal with information about the swearing in ceremony.

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We Wrote 10 of 11 Passing Michigan Bar Exam Appeals for the July 2017 Bar Exam!

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We Wrote 10 of the 11 Passing Bar Exam Appeals in the State of Michigan for the July 2017 Michigan Bar Exam!

The Heidemann Law Firm is thrilled to have written 10 of the 11 bar exam appeals that passed in the State of Michigan for the July 2017 Michigan bar exam administration.  486 students passed pre-appeal and 497 passed after appeals. The passage rate for the July 2017 Michigan bar exam is 73%.

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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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3rd-Time Illinois Bar Exam Taker Improves 30 Points With Our Course!

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3rd Time Illinois Bar Exam Taker Improves Score At Least 30 Points After Taking JD Advising’s UBE Course!

3rd Time Illinois Bar Exam Taker Improves Score At Least 30 Points After Taking JD Advising’s UBE Course: Taking the bar exam for the second, third, or even fourth time? If so, don’t lose hope! In this post, we have a testimonial from a July 2017 Illinois bar exam taker who passed the exam on his third attempt. He took our UBE course, and credits it with helping him get over the hump! Read further for details…

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Illinois Bar Exam Results: How To Break Down Your Score

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Illinois bar exam results came out September 29, 2017. The Illinois bar exam score report is confusing for some people, so in this post, we break down how to interpret your score, using percentiles released by the Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar. Then, we’ll let you know what percentile you needed to score in in order to pass, for both the multiple choice (MBE) and essay portion (MEE). Continue reading

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Oregon Bar Exam Passage Rate Much Higher after Oregon Administers UBE and Lowers Passing Score

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Oregon Administers UBE and Lowers Passing Score

The Oregon Board of Bar Examiners administered the first Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) in July of 2017. In 2017, Oregon also lowered its passing score (or “cut score”) from 284 to 274 after complaints from law school deans (who pushed for a cut score of 266). A score of 284 would have been the highest score required to pass in a UBE jurisdiction. Continue reading

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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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