Do you know, generally, what happens if you accept a job with a firm and then find out later that you didn't pass the bar? Because I recently was given an offer with a firm. And I'm very worried I failed the bar. (I know this may not be the right place to ask this, and this might piss people off more than anything. If so, I'm really sorry).
But I was in a really bad place when studying for the bar, very upset and thinking I was never going to get a job and overall just depressed and miserable (also had some issues in my personal life going on as well). So I didn't study nearly as much as I should have. I basically thought to myself that it was pointless anyway, because why did it matter if I passed if I wasn't gonna be employed anywhere anyway.
Obviously this line of thinking was stupid. I'm not whining; I fully acknowledge this is my fault.
Maybe I got lucky and pulled off a pass, but I don't know. I'm not counting on it. Will an employer (it is a smaller firm) give you a second chance if you fail?
Anyway, really sorry if this is the wrong place to ask, but I didn't feel this warranted me making an entire thread to ask (and maybe people in here will "get" how I felt during my bar studying?).
Very, very best of luck to everyone in their job search.