MBE: Repeating the Bar Exam

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The Sullivan Method sets forth a straight-forward methodology to prepare for the bar exam that you can tailor to your individual needs. 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.

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The Sullivan Method provides answers to the following questions:

  • How is repeating the bar exam different from taking it the first time, and how should this affect your preparation?
  • What is the first thing to do once you find out you did not pass?
  • What should you study first?
  • How should you allocate your time between now and the exam?

The Sullivan Method shows you:

  • How to create a study schedule that works for you. A sample study schedule is included.
    How to get the most out of practice essays.
  • How to keep track of your progress on the MBE. A simple technique for maximizing your score is included.
  • What the bar examiners really want from you on essays and how to meet those expectations.
  • The big difference between who is grading your essays and for who you are supposedly writing your essays (believe it or not, they are not one and the same!)
  • The 30 most important rules for scoring high on essays. Break these rules at your own peril!

The Sullivan Method includes practical advice for repeating the bar exam gleaned from the experience of hundreds of people who have gone before you.

Topics include:

  • How to break the news to your boss.
  • How to break the news to your friends.
  • Should you consider taking the bar in another jurisdiction?
  • What to do if you have a diagnosed learning disability.
  • What to do with “real world” knowledge.
  • A frank comparison of the July bar exam to the February bar exam. Is one really harder than the other?
  • How to get motivated to tackle the exam and make this time the last time.
  • . . . And More!

MBE: Repeating the Bar Exam