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Bar Preparation Strategies (4001)

Bar Preparation Strategies is designed to be taken during a student’s last semester of law school. While this course does not replace the need to take a commercial bar prep course, it will provide early preparation to help students learn key bar exam taking strategies. This course teaches students how to earn the most points on each part of the UBE and allows students to master their exam taking skills through lecture, modeling, completion of past bar exam questions, written feedback, and self-reflection. Students will also strategically plan their approach to their bar exam preparation post-graduation to ensure passage. This course requires regular class attendance in order to earn a passing grade.

Grading: Letter graded

Credits: 3

Offered: Spring

Categories: Bar Courses

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