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Life After the Bar Exam

We’re home! It’s so good to be back from the California Bar Exam and getting back to “normal” life . . . slowly.

We’re Done with the Bar Exam

Rob and I are done with the California Bar Exam.
We gave it our all. We feel good about what we did. We hope it’s enough.
We’ll find out in about 4 months.

Life Doesn’t Care We’re Studying for the Bar Exam

Barbri instructor Doug Moll said July starts the “heroin scratch” time of bar prep – meaning, all of us taking a bar exam may be extra agitated. Hopefully Rob-tastic and I can stay the course, focus on locking in the material, without getting to distracted by nerves.

Positive Thoughts for Bar Exam Domination

One of the biggest challenges I have during bar prep is managing stress. Noreuil reminded us that it takes discipline to keep out negative thoughts. Whenever I start feeling stressed about studying, I force myself to take a deep breath, sit up tall and confidently think, “I’m going to kick this bar’s ass.”

The List: Bar Exam Survival and Domination

Studying for the bar exam can be brutal. But you can kick its ass and pass it. Here are the post I wrote about the bar exam during my experience before and after the July 2011 Arizona Bar Exam.

Solving the Problem of Bar Exam Travel

Why do you have to go to a state to take their bar exam? It makes more sense to take the bar exam wherever you live. Everyone takes the bar exam on the same days so why not set the system up so you can take any bar exam at any testing location, but throw in an extra fee for people taking other state bar exams? If the fee is cheaper than an airplane ticket, everyone wins!

Love & Support for Bar Exam Takers


Let 3Ls Take the Arizona Bar Exam


Recap of the July 2011 Arizona Bar Exam


Bar Exam Wisdom from Legal All-Stars