Your bar student is undertaking an intense period of study.
To prepare for the bar, your student will be conducting over 600 hours of study, six days per week for 10 weeks. Students will be reading over 2,365 pages of dense legal reading of black letter law, completing over 2,676 multiple choice questions, and writing over 20 hour-long essays.
This is in addition to the 160 hours of in-class lectures they must attend. At the end of this 10 week period of preparation, all of this study will culminate in a grueling two-day, 12-hour exam. Continue reading