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Description: This program is not for you if you want a program that holds your hand and gently guides you along, allowing you to study at your leisure, relax whenever you want, pick up your studies when and where it’s convenient, or watch a video. They won’t be playing videos for you at the bar exam.
Consider “Occam’s Razor” (by William of Ockham, c. 1287–1347, scholastic philosopher) is the problem-solving principle stating that “simple solutions are more likely to be correct than complex ones.” When presented with competing hypotheses to solve a problem, one should select the solution with the fewest assumptions.
The other products competing for your purchase are based on multiple assumptions, these are your competing hypotheses. THE 43-DAY STUDY PROGRAM @43DayMBE.com represents the fewest assumptions and is the simple solution.
Tutor Qualification: I attended Suffolk University Law School’s four-year evening program, completing it in three-and-a-half years. I completed the program in the third week of December and sat for the Massachusetts Bar Exam during the third week of February. This gave me eight weeks (forty weekdays) to prepare for the exam. However, I had only three weeks’ vacation time available, plus the twelve weekend days before the last three weeks of February, when I used my vacation time.
In July of the same year, I sat for the Florida bar exam, having accumulated approximately one-and-a-half weeks of vacation time plus the forty weekend days prior to the one-and-a-half weeks of vacation time I took.
I passed both bar exams on my first try.
In considering how to schedule my study time, I asked myself the following: If I actually had the eight weeks (forty weekdays) described above, which seemed optimal, covering the period from approximately my last final to just before the bar exam, how would I use it? Knowing that I would be sitting for the Florida Bar in July (whether or not I had passed the Massachusetts Bar), I would have only approximately forty weekend days from the end of February to the July exam to study (about the same number of days as the February prep).
The art of studying requires that certain elements be in place. Some people have an innate ability in this area, as others do in any number of areas, and some of us don’t. Getting good grades is for the most part not a matter of intelligence, but rather a question of your study habits. Studying for the MBE is a very different challenge; if you fail a course, you can take another to get the credit. Fail the bar exam, and the pressure level rises exponentially.
Knowing this, rather than creating a patchwork study program that would fit my schedule but would violate my long-developed good study habits. I developed this Five-Session Study Program to fit an almost (see caveat below) all weekday (forty-three week days) program. I reworked my use of lunch breaks, nights, and weekends by treating each of those elements as a day or part thereof.
If you can dedicate forty-three weekdays to preparing for the bar exam, or you are able to do as I did, this program will help.
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