Now that you made it through law school, you have one more hurdle to overcome in your quest to join the legal profession: You need to pass the bar exam. Many aspiring attorneys enroll in a bar review course to help them study for and pass the bar exam. A host of different bar review options are available, offering a mixture of in-person and online platforms, study aids, tutoring, workshops, boot camps, and additional services.
Many courses offer “guarantees” of various sorts, in the form of discounts for students who need to repeat the course because they did not pass the bar exam on the first try. Many courses also offer discounts for students who are committed to taking
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