Friday, September 30, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Today is the Last Day to Receive a Partial Scholarship for the North Carolina Bar Exam Course


Bar Professors Provides Private Tutoring for North Carolina, Florida, the MBE, UBE, Texas and California. Sign up for our MBE/Essays Seminars at www.barprofessors.com.

Today is the last day to get your partial scholarship for the North Carolina bar exam course.

For students who were unsuccessful on the July 2016 North Carolina bar exam, it is imperative that you retain a Bar Professors’ professor to start your preparation for the February 2017 North Carolina bar exam. We can help you be successful in February. Bar Professors will be conducting one-on-one bar exam courses for all North Carolina students. The repeat rate for the NC bar exam was only 28%

Bar Professors will also be conducting a North Carolina seminar in Raleigh on October 29th. Sign up now to reserve your space.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, North Carolina, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.


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Thursday, September 29, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Repeat Florida and North Carolina Bar Exam Takers: Why Did You Fail And How Bar Professors Can Help You


Bar Professors Provides Private Tutoring for North Carolina, Florida, the MBE, UBE, Texas and California. Sign up for our MBE/Essays Seminars at www.barprofessors.com.

Most law students fail the Florida or North Carolina Bar Exam for three major reasons:

1. Repeat Bar Takers revert back to bad writing habits and poor analytical skills developed in law school

Under the pressures of the bar exam, many students revert back to bad habits. These bad habits allowed them to graduate from law school, but will be the kiss of death on the bar. Some of the bad habits include, not organizing your answer, no line by line analysis and not answering the call of the question.

Bar Professors will teach you the skills to analyze both the essays and the MBE, with improvement on better writing analysis.

2. Repeat Bar Takers have poor preparation and time management skills


Many law students start their bar preparation entirely too late, leaving most in a rush mode. For the upcoming February 2017 bar, your preparation should begin earlier rather than later. You should allow yourself 5 to 6 hours per day for studying. But more importantly, studying correctly is the key. You need to write and answer many essays and MBE questions. Your answers must be evaluated by a private tutor.

Bar Professors puts each student on a two week schedule so that the student is evaluated frequently. In addition, Bar Professors evaluates every essay the student writes and every MBE exam the student takes, looking for areas in which the student can improve.

3. Repeat Bar Takers don’t really believe that they will pass


You must have a belief that you will pass. Get rid of all negative thoughts, people and things. You must truly believe that you will pass. You must say this every single day prior to the bar and you must have the confidence to succeed.

Bar Professors know that taking the bar exam as a repeat taker can be an isolating experience. Bar Professors helps the student keep motivated and confident through interaction with the Florida or North Carolina bar tutor.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, North Carolina, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.


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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: The Horror Story of Repeat Takers in North Carolina and their 72% Failure Rate


Bar Professors Provides Private Tutoring for North Carolina, Florida, the MBE, UBE, Texas and California. Sign up for our MBE/Essays Seminars at www.barprofessors.com.

The pass rate for North Carolina for repeat takers was a dismal 27.7%.

Wake Forest’s repeat taker pass rate was 29%; UNC’s their repeat taker pass rate was 57%, Campbell’s their repeat taker pass rate was 54%, NCCU’s repeat taker rate was 31% , Elon’s repeat taker pass rate was 8%, Charlotte’s repeat taker pass rate was 31%.

It is clear from the data that repeat bar takers fail at a rate of 72% every time they take the bar exam. All repeat takers need help passing the North Carolina bar exam. For students who were unsuccessful on the July 2016 North Carolina bar exam, it is imperative that you retain a Bar Professors tutor to start your preparation for the February 2017 North Carolina bar exam. We can help you be successful in February. Bar Professors will be conducting one-on-one tutorials for all North Carolina students.

Bar Professors will also be conducting a North Carolina seminar in Raleigh on October 29th. Sign up now to reserve your space.

Contact us for seminar schedules, discounts and partial scholarships now.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, North Carolina, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Repeat UBE Bar Exam Takers and The UBE Crying Game


Bar Professors Provides Private Tutoring for North Carolina, Florida, the MBE, UBE, Texas and California. Sign up for our MBE/Essays Seminars at www.barprofessors.com.

As we close in on October, a number of UBE states show continued pass-rate declines, especially for the repeat taker.

Approximately 23 states have released July bar exam results, 18 of the states are UBE/MEE states. Among them, Washington, Missouri, North Dakota, Oregon and Iowa each saw a decline in their overall pass rates. Iowa’s pass rate dropped 15 percent—the largest reported decline thus far.

The repeat bar exam pass rate was even worse. Alabama’s repeat taker pass rate was 24.8%. In Iowa, the repeat taker pass rate was 29% and 0 for 3rd time takers. In Missouri, the repeat bar exam taker pass rate was 41% for 2nd time takers, and a 36% pass rate for 3+ takers. . Oregon’s repeat taker pass rate was 43%.

These weak results for the UBE and its repeat takers do not bode well for the jurisdictions that haven’t yet released scores, like Washington, DC or New York.

Nevertheless, there is one inescapable conclusion – you must pass the bar exam. Bar Professors can help you succeed and guide you through the areas that will help you pass the bar exam and begin your life as a lawyer. Don’t wait until you take the bar 2 or 3 or even 5 times – get help now and get the bar exam behind you.

Contact us for seminar schedules, discounts and partial scholarships now.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, North Carolina, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.


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Monday, September 26, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Repeat Florida Bar Exam Takers and The Florida Crying Game


Bar Professors Provides Private Tutoring for North Carolina, Florida, the MBE, UBE, Texas and California. Sign up for our MBE/Essays Seminars at www.barprofessors.com.

Similar to last year, 6 out of the 11 Florida law schools was below the state average of 68.2% and 4 law schools scored below 60%. Moreover, the difference between the highest bar percentage of 87.5% by FIU and St. Thomas, the lowest scoring school, at 45.5% was 42 points.

We have interviewed many people on this issue, from legal schools, bar experts, law professors and even law students. Their conclusions are that, the Florida bar exam is becoming less predictable in light of the new tested subjects. Many students go into the bar exam not understanding the magnitude of the exam and the proper methodology needed to pass. Further, the additional MBE subject has trended lower MBE scores nationwide. Of course, the law students at the lower tier schools are blaming their poor performance on their law schools’ doorstep, while the deans and law professors are blaming the law students for not preparing sufficiently.

Nevertheless, despite the blame game, there is one inescapable conclusion – you must pass the bar exam. Bar Professors can help you succeed and guide you through the areas that will help you pass the bar exam and begin your life as a lawyer. Don’t wait until you take the bar 2 or 3 or even 5 times – get help now and get the bar exam behind you.

Contact us for seminar schedules, discounts and partial scholarships now.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, North Carolina, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.


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Friday, September 23, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Repeat Florida Bar Exam Takers: A Review of Your Bar Exam Scores


Bar Professors Provides Private Tutoring for North Carolina, Florida, the MBE, UBE, Texas and California. Sign up for our MBE/Essays Seminars at www.barprofessors.com.

The Florida bar exam results have come out and all the repeat takers have gotten their letter telling them the breakdown of the scores. Here is the way the grading is done in Florida.

Grading the Florida Bar Exam

The MBE & Florida sections are weighted equally on the Florida Bar Exam. A combined weighted score of 136 is required to pass the Florida Bar Exam. It doesn’t matter if your score in one section or the other is below the 136 – it’s the average score that matters. So basically you can fail the FL or the MBE section and still pass the FL bar exam if your overall score is at least 136.

Each examination paper produced by an applicant on the General Bar Examination will be separately graded. The sum of the converted section scores is the total score for Part A. MBE scores (Part B) are the scaled scores on the MBE provided by the National Conference of Bar Examiners. On the Florida portion of the bar, each essay is worth 100 points for a 300 point total. The multiple choice questions are worth 100 points total, so each question is approximately 1 point each. There are usually 10 experimental questions. The average essay score is around 40 points, requiring you to get your remaining points on the multiple choice questions.

Depending on the difficulty of the essay question and the average grade, the Board of Bar Examiners may adjust your score either downward or upward. The Board does not adjust the multiple choice questions – there are what they are and the point totals do not change.

Review your bar scores and ask yourself how you can improve your scores when you retake the bar exam in February. Obtaining a Bar Professors Florida bar exam tutor will help you pass. Many students who are repeat bar takers need a bar exam coach to help them improve their writing and analytical skills so they can properly navigate through the Florida bar exam. Remember, the Florida bar exam is unique and more difficult to pass than other jurisdictions. This structured, personalized program is the key to passing the bar for repeat takers.

Contact us for seminar schedules, discounts and partial scholarships now.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, North Carolina, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.


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Thursday, September 22, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Retaining a Florida Bar Exam Tutor for Repeat Takers


Bar Professors Provides Private Tutoring for North Carolina, Florida, the MBE, UBE, Texas and California. Sign up for our MBE/Essays Seminars at barprofessors.com.

We have been talking with students all week. The questions we’ve been asked more frequently is “what should I do if I was unsuccessful on the Florida Bar Exam?” First, let the shock of failing the bar subside with a few days of reflection. Clearly, this may be one of your greatest disappointments, but don’t let it control or define who you are. You can pass the bar exam in February 2017. Get right back up and say, “I will pass in February 2017.”

Ok, now let’s start. Do not repeat the same class, study plan or approach you used the last time. It did not work. Coming close on the bar is good only in horse shoes. One size does not fit all. Hard work and having a study plan and study strategy will pay off. Say to yourself, “I will be a lawyer.”

You want to get the bar exam behind you and start your new life as a lawyer. Don’t dither or waste time with the “what ifs”. Stay focused and true to your goal to pass.

Obtaining a Bar Professors Florida bar exam tutor will help you pass. Many students who are repeat bar takers need a bar exam coach to help them improve their writing and analytical skills so they can properly navigate through the Florida bar exam. Remember, the Florida bar exam is unique and more difficult to pass than other jurisdictions. This structured, personalized program is the key to passing the bar for repeat takers.

Above all, never give up.

Contact us for seminar schedules, discounts and partial scholarships now.

Contact us at http://barprofessors.com for more information.

Bar Professors provide private bar exam tutors for repeat takers who have difficulty with the MBE, MEE, UBE, Florida, California, North Carolina, and New York bar exams. You can find us at http://barprofessors.com, like us on facebook at BarProfessors, follow us on twitter @BarProfessors or email us at pass@barprofessors.com.


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