Don't take the risk
Nearly everyone graduating from law school takes a survey bar review course. But one-third of them fail the bar. Off-the-rack, cast-of-hundreds, talking heads bar review courses don’t work for everyone. If:
If any one of these or a combination applies to you, you are in greater danger of being in the half that fails the bar the first time. I’m not saying you shouldn’t take a survey bar course; I’m saying that even with a survey course you are at risk of failing the bar.
You don’t have to take that risk. People commonly take a multistate-only course to supplement their survey bar course. BarBoost is the necessary supplement for the other two sections of the bar exam—the parts worth 65% of your total exam score.
There are few decisions as momentous as your choice of courses for the bar exam. About a year of your life hangs in the balance. I’ve worked with repeaters for twenty years, and I can tell you that you’ll never have the time, the resources, the generosity of employers and family and the confidence that you have this first time you take the bar exam.
Vivian Dempsey can help you:
For more guidance, more constructive feedback, more focus on the law and a PT method that actually works, you should take BarBoost along with your survey bar course.
Schedule: there are no classes to weigh you down. You can enroll at any time.
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