Thursday, April 21, 2016

The February 2016 Bar Exam: UBE Tutorials for New York

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The New York bar exam results will probably be out sometime next week. The last New York bar exam is over and the clock starts ticking for the UBE in New York for July 2016. The UBE will be tested for the first time for New York in July 2016. It’s time to put away those New York law books and start learning a new bar exam.

Many bar takers sat out for the February bar exam in order to get ready for the UBE exam. Bar Professors can help you get an early start on your UBE preparation.

Early preparation is the key to learning the UBE and its testing methods.

This special UBE New York program is designed for working professionals. Early preparation will allow you sufficient time to learn the new material and be prepared for July.

Bar Professors has developed a rigorous program for bar exam takers, addressing the writing techniques of short answer essays of the Multistate Essay Examination (MEE) and the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE) with critical feedback. This feedback is important for the repeat bar takers’ overall improvement.

Bar Professors provides one-on-one substantive lectures on all subjects with practice questions and critiques, and methods and procedures to improve your essay scores.

Bar Professors are preparing classes now for jump-starting your UBE study. Our early bird study schedule provides an easy start to those professionals who work full time or for the foreign educated students to have enough time to prepare.
New classes are starting now for the UBE.

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