The bar exam is about far more than just providing students with credentials. In fact, it offers a number of critical benefits. I think one of the most surprising elements of the bar exam itself is that it’s a great equalizer for all those who sit: Students who are at the top of their class can fail and people at the bottom of their law school class can pass. More than anything, success and failure have to do with your overall study process.
Here are a number of lessons that my colleagues and I learned during the process of studying for the bar exam that should help anyone, regardless of where you are in your preparation process.