- Free Bar Review Programs
- Pearce Micro Review
- Master MBE Method
- Master Essay Method
- Master Essay Method: Frequently Asked Questions
- Master Essay: Torts
- Master Essay: Contracts
- Master Essay: Real Property
- Master Essay: Remedies
- Master Essay: Criminal Law & Procedure
- Master Essay: Constitutional Law
- Master Essay: Evidence
- Master Essay: Civil Procedure
- Master Essay: Corporations
- Master Essay: Wills and Trusts
- Master Essay: Community Property
- Master Essay: Professional Responsibility
- Master Essay: Crossover Questions
- Master Performance Method
- Bar Exam Ideas
Here are dozens of bar exam seminars – free for your personal use – materials that go far beyond what commercial bar exam providers charge thousands of dollars for!
Black Letter Law: The Pearce Micro Review. This program is designed to give you a framework upon which to build and sharpen your knowledge through practice. Outlines and dozens of hypothetical essays are included, with over 20 hours of video.
Essay Writing: The Master Essay Method recognizes that issue spotting and organization are the two most important skills needed to write passing answers to bar exam essay questions. This program emphasizes analysis over boilerplate. The Master Performance Method applies the same techniques to the “practical essay” section of the bar exam.
More than 140 practice essays are included, all with issue outlines and over 24 hours of video explanations. Tutorial students also obtain complete original model answers for all of the essay questions, along with one-on-one Skype or telephone tutorial sessions and essay critiques.
The Multistate Bar Exam: The Master MBE Method covers all the subjects on the Multistate Bar Examination. It includes seminars on all the subjects tested on the MBE and it is based on released questions, with roughly 20 hours of video.
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The most common mistake is to study too much and not practice enough!
This is the primary lesson I have to offer you, based on many years of experience working with students on the bar examination. The best way to prepare for the bar exam, and indeed the best way to learn the law is through a program of guided study and practice.