Anonymous User wrote:Previous poster here (e.g., Failed).
To answer the questions: It was the NC Bar. I took a normal bar review course and did everything and more that everyone else did. Had good grades in law school, didn't freak out on test day, nothing out of the ordinary, etc.
As for what I am doing now? Nothing at the moment but need to make money so I will see if I can paralegal somewhere for six months or bag groceries or something (maybe volunteer some). Feel like I know everything on the Bar pretty well already so I don't feel like I need six months to study and I am simply mystified.
Sucks man. Hopefully you will nail it in Feb.
In the mean time, one thing you could try to do is get in with a solo practitioner. A lot of solos are use to signing their own shit anyways so it won't matter much that you aren't licensed. Even if you are only working part time for $10/hour, you will be building up experience that you can leverage later on when you get that license.
Don't be afraid to call solos up or shot them an unsolicited email. Most solos are overworked and need help. You might just be the person to help out.