Pass your bar exam in 33% less time and with 50% less stress than the rest.
My Law School Stats: Graduated in the bottom half of my class; failed the MPRE twice; Horrible legal writing grades; I had a 1/3 statistical chance of passing based on my class rank; 60% of the bar takers failed the same exam I took and, yet I still passed the California bar exam. I'm going to show you how to become a Bar Exam Passer too. This Bar Exam audio guide book is designed for bar takers who want to be more effective and efficient in their bar exam preparation.
There are only a few key concepts you need to know and put into practice that most other bar students will never know about. I'll show you how to implement the same strategies that helped me, my bar clients, and dozens of thousands of my blog readers and podcast listeners with step-by-step guidance and directions.
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No, it was a single listen kind of book. There was no table of contents with bookmarks to quickly move to, and the sections were not that helpful.
Bar Exam Mind by Matt Racine and The Zen of Passing the Bar Exam. All three books are written as supplements to comprehensive bar prep programs with a focus on mindset-performance on the exam.
Section 8 and 9 were his best sections, and I'll implement some of those ideas.
Everytime he mentioned his own website with a /blahblahblah, I was just lost...and many of the links were broken or just sales pitches. That was distracting and not useful for the audio version. There should be a link to a page of links he references. Also, bookmarks are helpful when tied into logical markers within the audio file. As it was, the sections were too hard to be useful.
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