Dr. Saccuzzo created a webinar to help you interpret the cryptic score letter you'll receive from the California Bar Examiners.
Often times we see people are much, much closer than they realize.
The webinar will play every 20 minutes until we archive it.
An excerpt has been added to CalBar Updates.
The full presentation is available in Event Bank for all PowerLaw members.
Registration for Dr. Saccuzzo's General Predictions for the February 2020 California Bar Exam is open! (Along with a lot of other great events for the February 2020 California Bar Exam.)
The California Bar Examiners have released the fact patterns from the July 2019 exam (you can access them here). And we have started debriefing the July 2019 California Bar Exam essays and PT and preparing them for release.
Debriefs of Q1 (Civil Procedure), Q2 (Constitutional Law/Remedies), Q3 (Crimes), Q4 (Professional Responsibility), Q5 (Contracts), and the PT are now available!
The released debriefs are available on our free CalBar Updates platform. Sign up here.
If you've already signed up for CalBar Updates and are trying to log back in, click here and navigate to "CalBar Updates" then "July 2019 Bar Exam."
We just posted on CalBar Updates our response to the State Bar of California's inadvertent disclosure of the actual subjects it will be testing on Tuesday's written portion of the July 2019 exam.
Below is a link to that response (and a fact pattern and issue checklist you should know). If you're not signed in (or not signed up), you will need to do that first.
Sign up for CalBar Updates: https://www.barsecrets.com/calbar-updates-sign-up-page
The State Bar of California has posted the fact patterns (essays and performance test) from the February 2019 bar examination.
Stay tuned for our debriefs of the essays and PT from the February 2019 exam, which will be dripped out on our free CalBar Updates site. Sign up here.
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantial-Sakauye said this week that while the court is still evaluating the state's bar exam cut score (and is currently awaiting results from some studies), there are no immediate plans to change it, according to Cheryl Miller of The Recorder.
California's cut score is the second-highest in the country, and the most recent pass rate was the lowest in 67 years (40.7 %).
So, don't bank on any help from a changed cut score ... yet.
THE EVENT IS OVER, BUT...
If you missed Dr. Saccuzzo's General Predictions for the February 2019 California Bar Exam, don't worry. You can watch a free, basic version of the predictions on CalBar Updates. Sign up or log in here.
If you want to watch the full version of it (and our other events, past and upcoming) consider PowerLaw Pro or Basic. Our webinars and summits get archived in the Event Bank on that platform. (And it has a bunch of other great stuff no matter what course you are taking.)
ONE MORE THING...Starting in January, Dr. Saccuzzo will be breaking down each of the predicted subjects in his four-session Mandatory Issues Summit. You don't want to miss that. He will cover the issues you must know in each of the subjects he predicts will appear on the February 2019 California Bar Exam. Sign up now here.
The California Bar Examiners have released the fact patterns from the July 2018 exam (you can access them here). And we have started debriefing the July 2018 California Bar Exam essays and PT and preparing them for release.
Q1 (UCC Contracts), Q2 (California Evidence), Q3 (P.R.), Q4 (Community Property), Q5 (Constitutional Law), and PT are now available!
The released debriefs are available on our free CalBar Updates platform.
Sign up here to register for CalBar Updates.
If you've already signed up for CalBar Updates and are trying to log back in, click here and navigate to "CalBar Updates" then "July 2018 Bar Exam."
Question 5 and the PT now available! Our debriefs of the February 2018 California Bar Exam essays and PT are now complete, and we have already begun releasing them. The released debriefs are available on the CalBar Updates platform. Access to CalBar Updates is free. Sign up here to access them now.
If you've already signed up for the CalBar Updates platform and are trying to log back in, click here.