In order to practice law in any jurisdiction, you must pass the bar exam and get character & fitness approval. Ohio is different from most jurisdictions in that it requires character & fitness approval in order to even sit for the bar exam. In addition to the bar exam application you will submit during the spring … Continue reading The Ohio Bar Exam Application Process
The August 2017 MPRE is this Saturday and you should be preparing for it now. I compare the MPRE to the written test to get your driver’s license- it’s easy IF you know the material. However, if you don’t read the little booklet with the rules of the road, you won’t know how many seconds it takes … Continue reading MPRE: Prepare to Pass
It's the final weekend before the bar exam which means it is time to taper. Law school exams have conditioned you to study hard right up until it’s time to take the exam. However, this is not a law school exam. This is no 3 hour test where you’re allowed to use highlighters, wear watches, drink coffee, … Continue reading Bar Exam: Taper Time
Tips on Getting Into (and Staying) the Bar Zone: Get Your Brain on the Bar Exam Schedule: There is no doubt you’ll be able to wake up early on bar exam day but if your bar prep routine hasn’t quite followed an 8-6 schedule, your brain has gotten used to this lifestyle. Your brain has … Continue reading The Bar Exam: Getting in the Zone
Guest blogger Bryan Becker is a 2016 graduate of The Ohio State University Moritz College of law, he now lives deep within the bowels of the school and can be spotted on stormy nights in a forgotten corner of the library. I have been asked to provide some insight on how the bar exam prepares … Continue reading The Bar Exam: Testing Skills that Form the Cornerstone of the Profession
You might feel a little uncomfortable because the commercial bar prep lectures are over and although you have a study schedule, you are not sure about following it exactly as given. This is a good thing because it means you have a sense of what you need to do to prepare. It means you don’t need … Continue reading Commercial Bar Prep Lectures are Over: Now What Should You Do?
People either love or hate multiple choice questions, there is no in between. Unfortunately for all the haters, if you want to pass the bar exam you better learn to at least like multiple choice questions. Focus on quality, not quantity. Doing thousands of practice questions is not an efficient or effective way to prepare because it … Continue reading MBE: Practice the Process