Thursday, February 22, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: 5 days to the Bar Exam: Essay Predictions



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It is now 5 days to the bar exam.

During this last week before the bar exam, I have many students ask me what my prediction is for exam subjects. Anyone who claims to predict what will be on the bar exam is just guessing. I remember one year, a lecturer on the bar exam circuit claimed that since trusts had been tested in the previous test cycle, it would not be tested again and to forget about trusts. Unfortunately, many students took that advice and freaked when they opened the exam questions on the day of the bar exam and saw that the bar examiners did in fact test trusts twice in a row. This cautionary tale is meant to be what it is – do not endlessly search for predictions or to take anyone’s predictions as gospel. You have prepared for any eventuality – in any subject that is tested. Don’t try to second guess yourself and your preparation or to find a shortcut in your studies. This weekend, make sure you review every subject that is tested in your state. Only then will you be thoroughly prepared, with or without, any person’s prediction of what subjects will be tested on the essays.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: 6 days to the Bar Exam: Consistency on the Bar Exam



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It is now 6 days to the bar exam. Your job today, along with continuing to practice your exam techniques, is to think about consistency. In all the bar exam scores I have read, I have rarely seen an up and down score, with a student doing great in one subject and horrible in another subject. i.e., a 10 in property, a 20 in torts. Instead, there is a consistency of scores across the board. The student is routinely good in all the subjects, or routinely bad in the subjects. Your objective is, of course, to perform consistently well across the spectrum of subjects and across the tasks you must do in order to pass the bar exam.

How do you perform consistently well in all subjects? Your consistency started with your study plan, when you first began this bar exam process. Hard work always demands a consistency of its own in your thoughts, purpose and action over that long period of study time and your sense of purpose has been the most important aspect of your life, these past 2 months. Every day you approached your bar exam studies with the steadiness of an athlete in training. In just a few days from now, all of your hard work will pay off because you dedicated your time and effort to consistent study. Like that athlete, you will win your race.

With that consistency of study time and steadfastness, you walk into the bar exam with a sense of security and confidence that you will pass the bar exam.

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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: 1 week to the Bar Exam: Keep Your Focus



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Your goal for this last week is to keep your focus while you solidify your knowledge of the black letter law and improve your timing. The week before the exam is a time when you should be cool, collected and confident.

Don’t let anyone or anything distract you this week. It’s not worth it. You only have a week left to go and you can relax later,

Remember to take care of your body and mind. This means eating well, getting some sleep and working on self-confidence.

As to practical things, make sure you have confirmed your travel plans or hotel stay, make sure you have packed what you need to take with you for the bar exam, including your admission ticket, your identification, your watch,  if allowed, making sure your examsoft works, etc.

Now that you know the law, make sure your timing is correct, i.e. complete 17 MBE questions in 30 minutes; 34 MBE questions in an hour and complete an essay in the time allotted for your jurisdiction.

It isn’t uncommon to start running out of energy this week. So take some breaks to energize yourself. You need to keep your mind focused on bar material. Your focus is critical to success.

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Monday, February 19, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: 8 Days to the Bar Exam



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Today marks 8 days to the bar exam. Hopefully, this weekend, you caught up on any sleep you have been missing. You need to be physically well and fit. You need to be sharp on the days of the bar exam and you can’t be smart when you are exhausted. Keep that in mind this week. If you need to take a cat nap, go ahead and take it. Meanwhile, keep on your bar exam schedule. Start studying at 9 am for a 3 hour stretch. Take an hour break and study again for another 3 hour stretch. It will be up to you whether you want to study longer. If you feel you need to, go ahead and review your notes or essays at night, but don’t study night and day. You will only tire yourself out. Try to keep your nerves under control.

Think about today and what you need to accomplish today only. This technique should help you not think too much about next week.

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Saturday, February 17, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: 10 Days to the Bar Exam



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Today marks 10 days to the bar exam. This is a pretty significant day for you. You should be just about finished with your studies. You should know the law, understand the mechanics of the bar exam and understand how to tackle the MBE questions, the essays and the MPTs. It’s now time to start powering down a bit.

If you have studied hard and if you are physically tired, try to rest more this weekend. You do not want to enter the bar exam exhausted and physically spent. Many of you will start to have sleepless nights or have nightmares about the bar exam and your anxiety will reach higher levels. Try to compensate for your lack of sleep at night by taking some power naps. Don’t feel guilty – you’ve earned it. You want to be at your best physically and mentally and you can’t do that if you are too tired to think. So lie down on the couch and take a short nap when you need to. Meanwhile, review your outlines and do a few essays a day and an hour or two of MBE questions per day. If your state tests the MPT, write out a MPT every other day. It’s time now to reinforce what you already know. Reviewing and practicing will build your confidence that you really do know the subject matter.

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Friday, February 16, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: The Last Massachusetts Bar Exam and our Extended Program for Massachusetts



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February 2018 will be the last Massachusetts bar exam ever given.  Effective July 2018, Massachusetts  will administer the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE).

The UBE consists of  the MBE Exam, two MPTs, and six 30 minute essays.

To those students who want to wait until July to take the UBE – take the step to get a Bar Professors tutor so that you will pass in July and prepare having to alter your studies to take a whole new bar exam that you are not familiar with. Pass Massachusetts in July and you will be able to transfer your scores to most of the east coast states.

Massachusetts UBE score will be 270, higher than New York, New Jersey, DC, and Connecticut (266), but the same as New Hampshire and Vermont. Maine’s passing score is 276. Rhode Island has yet to adopt the UBE.

We will be conducting UBE seminars in Massachusetts  in April 2018.  Watch for our schedule.

Please contact us to see how we can help you.

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: The MBE Progression



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To recap what we have talked about concerning the MBE, here is the list of progressions you must follow.
·         Read the call of the question first.
·         Read the fact pattern carefully and critically
·         Try to decide the issue after you read the fact pattern and before you look at the answers.
·         Once you have figured out the issue, think of the black letter law and the distinctions.
·         Read the answer choices.
·         Try to eliminate the answer choices, one by one, looking for errors in law or in fact or both.
·         Remember that in order for the answer choice to be correct, it must be correct in all of its answer.
·         After you are done with the question, let it go and go to the next answer.

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: Writing Your Essays



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Remember to read the call of the question first. Then read the fact pattern with the call of the question in mind, highlighting or making notes as you read. Do not read the fact pattern like you would read a novel.  Then you want to read the call of the question again to make sure that you understand what the bar examiners are looking for. Only then, should you start to write your outline and start writing your essay. Before you turn the page to the next essay, read the call of the question one last time to make sure you answered the call of the question completely and thoroughly. Then you can move on to your next essay.

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: 2 Weeks to the Bar Exam


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You have 2 weeks until the bar examination. Instead of spending the day getting nervous about the time, concentrate on what you have left to do.

By this time, you should have pretty much memorized as much black letter law as you can cram into your brain. It is now time to put away the books and stop studying the law.

What you need to do in these final 2 weeks to prepare yourself for the bar exam is to practice, practice, practice. You are now familiar with your state test and the MBE questions and what to expect from the bar exam.

Try to do an essay or two every day, testing yourself on a variety of subjects that you know your state tests. Do the essays under test conditions. Once you finish your essay under time constraints, spend an equal amount of time reading your essay and comparing it to the model answer. Read for comprehension, also. There might be a point of law that you did not know that you can learn from reading the model answer.

For those states who have the UBE, and California or who have performance tests, you also must include taking the time to do the performance test also. Try doing 1 performance test every other day. This way you can probably get 5 or 6 performance tests in to your practice sessions prior to the bar exam. On the days you do not do a performance test, practice your essays.

In between the essays and performance tests, you also need to work on questions for the Multistate. Try to get in at least 50-100 MBE questions per day, if you can. This way you can really be sharp when exam time comes.

Don’t waste the time to panic, but do take the time to practice. You will be more prepared than ever if you follow this schedule.

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Monday, February 12, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: The Fact Pattern on the MBE



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After you have read the call of the question, you now must read the fact pattern.

Do not read the fact pattern like you were reading a novel. You must read the fact pattern critically. Absorb every word, figure out the parties and the cause of actions, making notes, if you have to, on the side of the examination page. If you see dates and numbers, make sure you highlight them or write them down. An abundance of dates probably means something important, especially with contracts and formation. Sometimes property questions are so convoluted, making a tiny map of who own what can help you understand the fact pattern.

After you read the fact pattern, re-read the call of the question to make sure that you understand what the call of the question is asking you now that you’ve read the fact pattern. If you need to, you may want to again look at the fact pattern to make sure you understand what is being asked before you examine the multiple choice answers.

Remember, you have 1.8 minutes for each question. You must read quickly and carefully.

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Friday, February 9, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: Bar Professors will be conducting a UBE & MBE Exam seminar in Washington, DC on March 30, 2018


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Bar Professors will be holding a UBE and MBE Seminar in Washington, DC on March 30, 2018 for those students taking the July bar exam. Bar Professors only accepts a limited number of students for each seminar to ensure a maximum learning environment. Sign up now to express your interest and reserve your seat.

This intensive seminar is for first time bar takers, repeat bar takers, foreign educated lawyers and any person looking to improve on the UBE and MBE. This seminar will address all UBE and MBE subjects with special emphasis placed on Federal Civil Procedure. The seminar will be conducted by multiple law professors who are experts in teaching the UBE and the MBE and are experienced litigators.

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Thursday, February 8, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: Examining the Facts on the MBE


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Don’t ever assume facts when you read the fact pattern on the MBE question. There are no omitted facts in the MBE. Do not read into the question any facts that are not there or to assume any facts that are not there. Also, always assume that the facts are important. There are no red herrings on bar exams. Don’t feel any sympathy or hatred for anyone in the fact pattern. They are sometimes designed to elicit emotion from you in order to steer you to the wrong answer. For example, a serial murder will have a procedural defect he can rely on, so he will be found not guilty. You don’t want him to be found not guilty, so you look for the guilty answer choices and you end up picking the wrong answer.

As you read through the fact pattern, ask yourself why these facts are important. Since you have read the call of the question, you will have a better context of why the facts are there and why they are important. Make sure you pay attention to dates, ages, dollar amounts and parties. They will be important.

Also, look at the parties and how they are acting. For example, look for words like intentionally, knowingly, mistakenly, reasonably, etc. These words will be important when you look through the MBE answer choices.

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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: Practice MBE Timing


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Looking at the timing of the MBE, you must answer 100 questions in 3 hours, both in the morning and the afternoon. Breaking it down further, you must answer each question in 1.8 minutes, or 17 questions in a half hour and 34 questions in an hour. You must be able to sustain that fast pace.

As you practice, keep that pace in mind. It is imperative that you finish all 200 questions. You do not want to leave any questions unanswered or unread and lose valuable points. As you know, even 1 point or 2 points can mean the difference between passing and failing.

Not only do you need to answer the questions, you need to answer them correctly.

How do you build up your time and accuracy? In the beginning of this process, start with 17 questions first – note your time and your accuracy. As you get better at your accuracy, your time will also get better. Once you feel that you are comfortable with the 17 questions, then, proceed to doing 34 questions in one sitting. Again, notice how long it took you and your accuracy. Then move up doing 68 questions in 2 hours, until finally you are working at 3 hour stretches.

You must get comfortable and condition yourself to sitting for 3 hours, working on MBE questions, without losing your focus or concentration. In the last couple of weeks, prior to the bar exam, you should be working on 3 hour blocks for the MBE.

Once you get to the bar exam, write down the time for 34 questions, 68 questions or break it down in half hours, i.e. 17, 34, 51 etc, so you can glance at your sheet and know that you are on schedule to answer all 100 questions.

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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: 3 Weeks to the Bar Exam


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Three weeks to the bar exam is a good time to evaluate how you are doing. You have enough time to now pinpoint your weak areas and enough time to change your schedule if you feel you’re spinning your wheels. Consider this day your line in the sand.

By now you should have done several hundred multistate questions, at least 15 state essays and at least 4 performance tests. If you haven’t done it, get busy. Change your schedule if you need to, work on your weak areas and keep testing. If you have, you are ready for the bar exam. You just need to keep working, stay cool and continue to test yourself.

Make sure you are peaking on exam day. Get up at 6 am or 7 am and start studying at 9 am until 12 pm, with no breaks, then study from 1 pm to 4 pm, with no breaks, You want to mimic the bar exam hours so you are at your peak at 9 am every day.

Don’t pretend you’re not nervous. Accept that it’s okay to be nervous. Channel that nervous energy properly by attacking your study schedule and transform your nerves into confidence.

One of the most important things to do during this 3 week period is not to doubt your abilities. You can pass this bar and you know it.

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Monday, February 5, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: Super Bowl Monday


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Many of us took a few hours yesterday to watch a pretty fun, pretty good super bowl. Nick Foles, QB for the Eagles and now the Super Bowl MVP, has a story to tell that is pertinent to all of us.  After being traded, then getting cut, he contemplated giving up and retiring at age 27.  He thought about it, prayed about it and finally decided he was going to give it another go.  He had to sit as a backup, practicing everyday, not knowing if he would ever get in a game.  But when the opportunity presented itself, he performed calmly and brilliantly.  He didn’t give up on himself, he dealt with the struggle of the unknown.  He believed in himself.

Like Nick Foles, all of us reach a crossroads in life. Should we continue to push forward and do the thing that we love or do we give up and do something else?  Think about how this pertains to you and the bar exam.  There are many repeat takers who are ready to give up or don’t think they can pass. 

If you want to be a lawyer, you must embrace the struggle, believe in yourself and have your own Super Bowl moment.  Nick Foles will forever be known as a Super Bowl MVP and you will always be known as an attorney. Your number has been called up and it’s time to be successful on the bar exam.

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Friday, February 2, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: Bar Professors’ Enhanced Study Program for July 2018


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Bar Professors offers an extended study program for working applicants or foreign educated lawyers or repeat takers who need extra time to study for the bar exam.  Our students start this month for the July 2018 bar exam program.  This program allows the student to study with a Bar Professors’ tutor for a longer period of time in a relaxed environment to ensure that the student is ready for the bar exam.  Enroll now to start your study plan today.  We only have a few spaces left.

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

The February 2018 Bar Exam: Answer Every Question on the MBE


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Some questions on the MBE will stump you. You look at the call of the question, the fact pattern and the answer choices and you have eliminated at least half the answer question. But you are now stuck between two answers and you can’t decide which answer is the right one.

With the limited amount of time you have to answer every question, you are going to have to guess. At least with your decision down to two answers, you have a 50% chance of getting it right. Pick one of them and move on to the next question. Remember, you do not lose points for an incorrect answer.

Do not ever skip questions on the MBE. Answer them in the order they are given. Put a check by the question or even write down the number and, only, if you have time left, you can go back and recheck your answer.

But make sure you fill in the bubble for your answer choice for the correct question. You do not want to skip that question, lose your place on the bubble exam answer sheet and then mismark the remaining answers because you forgot you skipped the question. That is a horror story that has happened to applicants too many times to count.

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