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Fleming's offers 6 different bar exam reviews covering all bar subjects and test formats with exam methods, strategies, and CD feedback for every writing assignment you submit for grading.

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July, 2017 Bar Exam Results Are In

July, 2017 Bar Exam Results Are In

The July, 2017 bar exam results are in. For those of you on the list of passing bar candidates, congratulations on your success. You are in an illustrious group. For those of you who are not on the current passing list, stick with it. You are also in an illustrious group of famous, successful lawyers who did not pass at first, who did not give up, and who then passed. 

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Fleming's Performance Exam Workshop - Online and Live

Fleming's Performance Exam Workshop - Online and Live

The Fleming's Performance Exam Workshop is a four-day course that teaches you a step-by-step method with timing and strategy techniques for the 90-minute Performance Test (MPT), using 13 sample exams with model outlines and answers for demonstration. It is available online or live.

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Law Student Successfully Sues State Bar Over Grading Policy

Law Student Successfully Sues State Bar Over Grading Policy

The Committee of Bar Examiners sets the grading for “normalizing” the written and multiple-choice scoring through a formula it established for the Bar Exam and the First Year Law Students’ Exam (known as the Baby Bar.) Previously, the Committee represented that the two sections of the Baby Bar carried an equal, 50/50 ratio. However, when an examinee failed the June, 2016 Baby Bar by one point and challenged the formula, the results showed the scoring did not equal a 50/50 ratio as represented. In fact, the written portion carried more weight than the multiple-choice portion.

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