bobbackington wrote:trustmouse83 wrote:comet_halley wrote:trustmouse83 wrote:iwantmybar wrote:god, you're such a vet' of this bar exam
I know it!
5th time the charm?!
I just wonder whether the NY bar was that important to you.
It seems to me it is not worthwhile to spend so much time and energy on this exam.
Seems to me it's not your concern.
He's a mere pup compared to the Californian guy who sat it 43 times (from that Bar Exam documentary)
BarMax specializes in dealing with multiple re-takers perhaps you should look at them. Joe Seperac is also a guy to have discussions with if you need to resit.
I know I didn't do enough. I'm aiming for the UBE in July now as here in the West it's more transferable (I have a foreign law degree so am unable to sit other Bars but New York under the traditional route.)
I am starting studying now. If I Miracle on Ice it and pass then great but I highly doubt it. I'm learning where I went wrong in study and applying it to the next time.
If you're a five time resitter then if you fail again you need to seriously review how you study and how much time you are prepared to set aside. February probably isn't going to work for you. If you fail then I'd pencil in July and sort a study schedule out now.
Yeah, NY will adopt UBE next summer. If anyone have to take next Feb NY bar. I would suggest take UBE in an easy state.
In that way, first, it will be more easy to pass in some states than NY, some states only requires a 260 UBE.
Second if your grade is greater than 266, you can transfer it to NY.
Third, you may have a more portable bar exam than NY bar, just in case you may want to practice in other UBE states.