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Bad Experiences Do Not = Failing the Bar Part II

I was crushed. I had just failed the bar exam. However, I had to mentally prepare for taking the bar a second time in February. I started to study for the exam again and the best way I can describe my mental state was “I was a mess.” Every time I missed a question or […]






 

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Bad Bar Experiences Do Not = Failing the Bar

Part I Congratulations bar exam takers. The end is coming near! Just mere weeks before you take the bar exam! After the test some of you will walk out and think, “I aced the exam!” Many others with think, “That was the worst experience of my life, I just failed the bar exam!” However, take […]






 

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“BAR exam 101: Study Tips”

Have you passed the bar exam, yet? It’s the question that’s sure to be the bane of your existence until you pass the exam, land a job and word spreads far and wide that you’re living the dream as a gainfully employed lawyer. Everyone you meet—old friends, former law school classmates, your parents’ friends and […]






 

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How to Manage When Things are Unmanageable: Time Management Tips

Life is busy for a law school student. Between courses and clinics and studying and sleeping and networking and trying to have nightlife once in a while, things can quickly spin out of control. One minute it’s the beginning of the semester, the next it’s exam time and you feel like your life is unmanageable–time […]






 

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The Do’s and Don’ts on LSAT Test Day

The day you take the LSAT will likely be one of the most important and stressful days of your life. Do well and you might be able to punch your ticket to the law school of your choice. Struggle and, well, you might be re-taking the test in June. With that in mind, it’s no […]






 

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LSAT Countdown: the Final Push

Don’t you just love February? The days get warmer, the sun stays out a little longer and Valentine’s Day gives you a chance to spend 24 hours fawning over your special someone–unless you’re studying for the February LSAT. If you’re registered to take the LSAT this February, you probably haven’t noticed the days getting warmer and longer, […]






 

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LSAT and staying alive

You study and take practice tests and do well. Then the LSAT rolls around and … your hands sweat, you breathe heavily and think you might pass out. Or worse. Anxiety is as much a part of the LSAT as the $165 fee you pay for the privilege of sitting for the exam. And why wouldn’t it […]






 

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We Pose the Question, Should You Postpone Your LSAT?

December or February? That’s the question you may be asking yourself as you prepare to take the LSAT. How you answer the question is important–it can mean the difference between getting into the law school of your choice and having to go to your second or third choice. It can also mean the difference between […]






 

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What You Need to Do If You Fail the Bar Exam

The bar exam. It’s the last roadblock between you and your goal of becoming a practicing attorney. You study. You spend a lot of money and time on BARBRI. You pay the registration fee, show up and take the test. And then you fail. What now? As shocking as it might seem, you’re not alone. […]






 

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Getting Into Law School: Experience Trumps a High GPA

Here’s a fact that not very many people know: Law schools love to recruit and admit “average” students.  Well, maybe not every average student–not your run-of-the-mill student with the 2.5 undergrad GPA. They love students who come to them with interesting life experiences.  It’s true: Even if your undergraduate grade point average is less than […]






 

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