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Debriefs of the July 2017 California Bar Exam

Our debriefs for the July 2017 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.

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UPDATED - Dr. Saccuzzo's Predictions for the July 2017 California Bar Exam

Dr. Saccuzzo's updated predictions for the July 2017 California Bar Exam essays are now available on the CalBar Updates platform.

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Dr. Saccuzzo's Predictions for the July 2017 California Bar Exam

Dr. Saccuzzo's predictions for the July 2017 California Bar Exam essays are now available. But we are releasing them a little different this time around. We are bundling the predictions alongside our debriefs of the February 2017 California Bar Exam essays. They're still free, and conveniently packaged together. Sign up here to access them now.

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Should You Wait and Take the July 2017 California Bar Exam?

With the deadline for registering for the February 2017 California Bar Exam rapidly approaching, a lot of people have asked us whether they should wait until July or go ahead and sign up for February's exam. The answer is that unless you perform really well on multiple choice tests, go ahead and take the February 2017 bar exam. Don't wait. This is because the weight of the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) in California will be increased beginning with the July 2017 exam—with a corresponding decrease in the weight for the written portion.

"The answer is that unless you perform really well on multiple choice tests, go ahead and take the February 2017 bar exam. Don't wait."

The impact of the changes will be negative for women as a whole and positive for men. This is because the current 35/65 weight (for the MBE and written portion, respectively) actually slightly favored women. The change in weight will result in a lower percentage of women passing under the new July...

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