Taking the February Bar Exam? Start Here.

Greetings Bar Examinees!

Some of you may be taking the February exam because you took a break after graduation, you did not pass in the summer, or perhaps are part of a program such as “Pro Bono Scholars,” programs where you take the exam in February. Regardless of which category you fall under, I strongly recommend starting early if you have not already. Most Bar Prep courses from what I have been told are beginning on or around December 18th. While you may feel that starting early is futile or question how much it can help a mere 6 days out, think about how much work you did and the things you completed or accomplished during Law School. For those retaking the exam, recall what 6 days of bar prep entailed this past summer. Trust me, you can accomplish a fair amount in 6 days, which could turn into 6 free study days before the exam, ease some anxiety by giving you a head start and a little bit of breathing room on your Bar Prep schedule.

This week, I will be posting product reviews for 2 products that I have found useful and stand out among their peers, along with discount/promotional codes for each. I will also be working on more visual aids and – if necessary – updating those which are already posted.

I plan to reorganize my materials in the near future (if you are unfamiliar with my materials, they are visual aids/flow charts/ diagrams, etc.) so that they are all in one central location and easily accessible. In sum, start studying if possible and stay tuned this week for product reviews and my own materials, and follow me on here, Twitter [@UBEstudying] and/or Tumblr [Uniform Bar Exam Study and Prep] and Instagram [ubestudying] to be alerted to tips, tricks, product reviews and discount codes, and my own visual aids, as well as the occasional motivational post, quote, or memes.

Finally, do not hesitate to contact me with questions, comments, or requests!

-BlockBusterBlawger

Brief Bar Update

Hello Everyone! 

We just wanted to take the time to let you know additional materials – specifically on Contracts & Sales, Civil Procedure, and Torts are forthcoming! Some will be in the form of tables or diagrams, and others flow charts. Based on the feedback we did receive via Twitter, Instagram, and our contact page here, they will cover: damages (Contracts and Torts), Negligence, and jurisdictional charts for Civil Procedure. Stay tuned, and keep studying! 

If you haven’t done so already, look into Studicata and our discount code for their program here for information on their program and a user comment offering feedback on the program and here for an update and sale information. Also feel frew to look into Critical Pass here.

Happy hump-day!