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California Bar exam pass score remains unchanged.  As it should be.

Over the past several months many have offered opinions on whether The State Bar of California sets too high a bar for law school graduates seeking admission to practice law in this state. For over 30 years the pass score has remained unchanged.   California has over two hundred […]

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Congratulations New California Attorneys! July 2017

We want to be among the first to congratulate all of our Executive Bar Review July 2017 successful bar exam candidates.  Passing the California bar exam is an achievement to be lauded even for out of state attorneys already licensed in another jurisdiction.  The California bar is without […]

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California’s “new” Bar Examination.   Should Attorneys now consider the MBE?  

Starting with the July 2017 administration of the California Bar exam, the Attorney’s exam has been shortened to one day rather than the usual two. Although the scope of the exam remains unchanged, the Committee of Bar Examiners assures us that “administering a two-day examination will yield […]

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10,000 hours for California bar exam success?

Recently we’ve all been seeing a lot of references to the “10,000 hour rule” – the idea that one needs to spend 10,000 hours on an activity to be successful at it. This idea was popularized by writer Malcolm Gladwell in his book Outliers. After reading Chapter […]

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Billable hours and the California Bar Exam: How can attorneys maintain an active law practice while studying for the California Bar Exam?

Frustration with the California Attorney’s exam and the study process in general can be easily tamed with proper time management and expert bar exam preparation.

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Preparing for the California Attorneys Exam

Ever watch the hit TV show ‘Suits’? You know, the one with the attractive lawyers, exciting cases, and an associate practicing law without a license. Plausible? Only in Hollywood. As this presents a clear case of engaging in the unauthorized practice of law.

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February or July? A dilemma for the California Attorneys’ Exam Candidate • Executive Bar Review offers a proven perspective.

Which administration of the California Attorneys Bar Exam offers the practicing professional the best opportunity for a passing result? Statistically, for the general bar examination, one would think the July exam is a better option.  The pass rate in July overall is simply higher than the pass […]

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Can you be too prepared for the bar exam? Not a chance. Technique is the key to success.

Technique is at least as important as substance and usually more so as it relates to bar exam review.

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The Bar exam after 40?

“I can’t remember what I had for breakfast yesterday, how will I remember all of the exceptions to the Hearsay Rule?” The California Bar exam is famous for being the most difficult exam administered in the United States.  Most law students approach graduation with mixed feelings; a […]

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Taking and Passing the California Attorneys’ exam–A dichotomy in skills

“Attorneys need to draw on their professional knowledge and skills to set themselves apart from the average California bar exam candidate.” Focused bar exam review is crucial.

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