The February 2021 Bar Exam is completed and we recap how the exam went around the country. A look at what was tested in CA, FL, and GA plus reactions to the UBE and MBE, and feedback about online logistics from bar takers.
Robin had taken the Georgia Bar Exam 4 times without success. After using the Big Box Bar Reviews, she came to Celebration Bar Review and learned Jackson Mumey's powerful writing techniques. Changing from IRAC to this new approach helped her raise her score by 17 points and pass the October 2020 Bar Exam! Here's the story in her own words.
With just one week remaining until the Feb 2021 Bar Exam, our experts take questions from students about how to effectively use the remaining time to study for the test. Here are the keys to successful study right before the exam!
Andrea came to the US in 2002 from Brazil and earned both an LLM and her JD in Florida. After an unsuccessful attempt at the Florida Bar Exam, she found Celebration Bar Review and used personal coaching from Jackson Mumey along with PhotoReading For The Bar Exam™ and Mind Maps to help her pass in October 2020. Here's the inspiring story in her own words!
The news is out: sometime in 2025-26, the Bar Exam will undergo its most radical set of changes in 50 years. The MBE, MEE, and MPT will be removed by the National Conference of Bar Examiners and replaced with an all-new "Integrated Bar Exam." These changes are dramatic and significant for everyone planning to take the bar exam 5 years from now and beyond.
Megan and Jackson have been reviewing the reports and provide you with the details of the NCBE Testing Task Force decisions. We explain what is changing, what will remain the same, and what it means to bar takers around the country.
If you plan to take the bar exam in 2025 or later, this is information you MUST be aware of!
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The California Bar made a major announcement this week leading to possible retroactive admissions for Bar Takers with lower scores earned in the past 5 years. We discuss the details, plus offer last month of study advice for Feb 2021 Bar Takers!
There are less than 30 days until the Feb 2021 bar exam, and for many bar takers, it seems like the 2020 tests just ended. Megan and Jackson take questions from our students about preparation for this last month of study and offer perspective and study strategies.
Christina had taken the California Bar Exam 4 times without success. Then she found Celebration Bar Review and our PhotoReading For The Bar Exam™ program and it changed everything! She increased her multiple-choice performance, gained confidence in her ability, and passed the October 2020 online California Bar Exam! Here's the story in her own words.
After months of waiting, the California Bar Results from Oct 2020 arrived this week and it was generally good news. An overall pass rate of 61% and a repeat taker rate of over 40% were the highest in years. Here's what it means for 2021.
Plus, Texas announced a switch to an online format and the NCBE revealed its plans for the next 4-5 years. Details and analysis from the Celebration Bar Review experts, Megan Saia and Jackson Mumey.
Chance had taken the Georgia Bar Exam 4 times previously without success, coming within 2 points of passing in Feb 2020. With guidance from Jackson Mumey and Celebration Bar Review, Chance sat for the Oct 2020 Georgia online exam and scored a 278, passing with ease. Here's the story of his remarkable journey to success!