Whether it’s your first time taking the bar exam, or you’re repeating it, we have the strategy you need!

The Sullivan Method is a way of preparing for the bar exam that rests on three essential principles.

  • Active Learning is better than passive learning. Active learning is the best way to develop a solid understanding of the law. This philosophy is at the heart of The Sullivan Method materials and private tutorials. The Sullivan Method materials present substantive subjects in Question & Answer format. There are also several volumes of released bar exam essays and analysis. After using The Sullivan Method materials, countless people say that the issues “pop out at them” when they do practice tests, and this is reflected in their exam performance. Private tutorials provide the opportunity to develop analytical skills by applying the law to challenging fact patterns that illuminate legal principles. Stronger analytical skills translate into better exam performance.
  • Less is more. The Sullivan Method study materials present more than enough information to pass, but they omit concepts which are rarely tested, or have never appeared on the bar exam. There are more than enough legal concepts that lend themselves to testing. These concepts deserve your attention and The Sullivan Method study materials make them clear. Your study time is limited and precious. The Sullivan Method study materials direct your attention to those areas which are essential to succeeding on the bar exam. The brevity of the materials allows you to start doing practice tests as soon as possible. More testing means higher scores.
  • Most importantly, The Sullivan Method IS about you. You have a unique profile. What kind of law do you want to practice? Where do you want to practice? What subjects do you like, which ones do you dislike? The Sullivan Method study materials and tutorials take your unique situation into account.
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If this is your first time taking the bar exam, The Sullivan Method MULTISTATE BASICS will give you a competitive edge--if you use your time wisely.

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Repeating the bar exam is an experience vastly different from taking it the first time. To get a better result, you need a different strategy--The Sullivan Method MULTISTATE STRATEGY!

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