Wednesday, May 18, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Passing the California or New York Bar Exam When English is Your Second Language

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When you look at the bar exam results for New York and California, the pass rate statistics of foreign educated lawyers are very low. Many foreign educated lawyers never pass the bar, despite taking the bar exam over and over again.

We have been receiving e-mails from applicants who are having trouble with the bar exam because English is their second language. Also, we have had a multitude of people from foreign cities read this blog.

How should a person prepare for the New York or California bar exam when English is their second language?

• First, and for most, obtain a Bar Professors private tutor to evaluate your essays. Working with a tutor will dramatically improve your chances of passing.
• Write, write and write some more. An applicant needs to learn to write on the New York or the California bar subjects to both understand the law and to develop a writing structure.
• Memorize the law “cold” because you have a built in language barrier. You do not have the time to think about the law, you must know it.
• Start early.

Implementing the above will help you be successful on the New York or California Bar Exam.

Bar Professors will be conducting a UBE & MBE Exam seminar in New York City on May 28, 2016, a Florida and MBE Exam seminar in Miami on June 4th and a LA and SF MBE seminar on June 10th and 11th. Contact us for details.

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