Bar Exam Passage Rates Keep Dropping

The results from the July 2016 bar exam keep rolling in, and those results are not good.  In sixteen states so far, the passage rates have dropped, some precipitously.  While law school administrators and the National Conference of Bar Examiners battle over who’s to blame for the drop, students across the nation will have to gear up and prepare to retake the bar exam.  If you are among those who will be retaking the bar exam this February, do not simply repeat the studying program that you followed the first time around.  Your goal should be to study smarter not harder.  Be strategic – you do not need to memorize entire 200-page outlines. Instead, make sure you learn and memorize the rules that are most likely to be tested on the exam.  Do plenty of practice questions, but make sure you review what you got right and what you got wrong and learn from your mistakes.  The MBE is not a set of random legal questions, but a carefully constructed test of your legal analytical skills – thus, to succeed, you must hone those very skills.  The Marino Retaker Course will help you develop the skills you need to succeed on all portions of the Uniform Bar Examination by providing you with workshops for the MBE, MEE, and MPT that focus on building the specific skills  you need on these portions of the exam.  Our course also includes three hours of one-on-one tutoring with an experienced bar exam tutor, and Memory Boosters that help you memorize those rules that have historically appeared most often on the exam and will likely appear on the next bar exam.  To get started, submit your score report today to receive a free score report evaluation.

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