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  • WINNIN' TIME! and The Trigger List E-book versions available!

    Jul
    11

    Shipping of WINNIN' TIME! and The Trigger List will resume on July 16.  If you wish to purchase either book until then, you can purchase the book and receive it IMMEDIATELY by purchasing the eBook version of either book. 

    WINNIN' TIME! is available here:  http://www.amazon.com/WINNIN-TIME-ebook/dp/B0067DE58C/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1342067701&sr=8-1&keywords=steven+harris+winnin%27+time%21

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  • Less than a month to go!

    Jun
    25

    Happy June 25! The Cal Bar is less than a month away! July 24 will be here before you know it. Make sure you have a plan to memorize, and a solid plan on how to systematically spot issues. If you need help with issue spotting, you can get help right here: http://www.calweasel.com/node/44.

    Good luck!

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  • Late June Supreme Court cases' impact on July 2012 Cal Bar Exam?

    Jun
    25

    As the immigration (Arizona law largely struck down on preemption grounds), free speech in elections (corporate campaign spending limits rejected), and health care (forthcoming) decisions are handed down by the Supreme Court today and this week, the inevitable question looms:  should July Cal Bar applicants care?

    In two words:  probably not.

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  • Baby Bar applicants: essays from 2007-2009 are included too...

    Jun
    17

    As of 6/17, the links to 2007-2009 are dead on the Bar's web site. So I've updated my page to include them too.  Click here:

    http://www.calweasel.com/node/158.

     

     

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  • Need Baby Bar Essays from 2002 - 2007? Have no fear... look here!

    Jun
    17

    Hello!  I didn't want you Baby Bar applicants to feel left out!  A student asked me to post exams from 2002 - 2007 that were taken down on the Bar's web site on June 7.  They're up now.

    Just click on this link, which will take you to my site's Past Exams page:  http://www.calweasel.com/node/150.  Then click on the Baby Bar essays page and you've got it.

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  • Damian Idiart, Esq - WINNIN' TIME! and The Trigger List

    Attention all Attorney Applicants for the California Bar Exam!!!! Don’t worry any longer...Steve Harris has created the perfect method to allow attorneys to pass the California Bar Exam. I passed the February 2012 attorney applicant exam. This was my fourth attempt after practicing for 11 years.

  • REGISTRATION DEADLINE TODAY! If you don't register for the Cal Bar today, you are NOT taking the exam!

    Jun
    15

    As per the Registration page from the Cal Bar's web site:

    "All applications and fees, including any late fees in effect, must be received in the Office of Admissions no later than the Final Filing Deadline on June 15, 2012."

    If you haven't done so yet, go here and register:  http://www.calbarxap.com/applications/calbar/California_Bar_Exam/.

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  • The Cal Bar STOLE Essays and Performance Tests from you... I FOUND THEM.

    Jun
    08

    Hello Bar Exam Community!

    For reasons unknown, the State Bar of California yesterday removed all Essay questions, sample answers, and PTs and sample answers from Feb. 2002 - July 2006.  Why?  Who knows.

    One of my tutoring students called the Cal Bar and was told that everyone would have an opportunity to send a letter and PAY to receive copies of the exams... at some undefined point in time.

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  • The State Bar of California Erased FIVE YEARS OF ESSAYS AND PERFORMANCE TESTS from its web site!

    Jun
    08

    On June 7, 2012, the State Bar of California removed electronic access to its essays and PTs from the Feb. 2002 - July 2006 California Bar Examination.  Baby Bar essays too.

    I'm sure it's not intentional.  Regardless, what a great message to send.  We're going to remove 10 Bar exams from our free site in the middle of the bloody Bar season.  Good luck, suckers!

    Don't fret for me:  I have hard copies from 1993 - present.  And you can best believe that I will provide access to the five years of evidently verboten questions as soon as I can get them scanned.

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  • Brian Yosowitz, Esq. - The Trigger List

    Steven Harris’ The Trigger List is a very high-level study guide that will definitely help you with passing the California Bar. The book alone is very much like a personal tutor because it shows you how to look at the test from a completely different perspective. When I first bought this book I was slightly skeptical but after completing the Essay Review Week I realized what a huge benefit it was.

  • Brian Yosowitz, Esq. - MBE Primers and Flowcharts

    MBE Primers And Flowcharts makes taking the MBE much easier. MBE Primers and Flowcharts demystifies the subtle nuances between questions and clearly states what to look for and what will be the right answer. I personally looked at one subject a day for a month before the bar and when I finally got to the test the MBE section was much clearer and I understood what to look for in each question. Steven also gives some great tips as to what to look for and what to be careful of on the MBE section of the bar. This is a great book for MBE section and will improve your score.

  • Brian Yosowitz, Esq.

    From the Himalayas to Houston to California... a point-generating journey like no other.

  • Shirley Boyd, Esq.

    If Steven’s tutoring program needed a poster child, then hands down, that would be me. I had everything stacked against me. Repeater, non ABA school, and special student, which means no undergrad degree and I had to take and pass the baby bar during law school.

    Memorizing endless outlines, does not work for me, but the way Steve’s book WINNIN' TIME! lays out all the rules for you makes it easier to manage and to compartmentalize the information in your head.

  • Brian Yosowitz, Esq.

    Jun
    02

    From the Himalayas to Houston to California... a point-generating journey like no other.

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  • Brian Yosowitz, Esq - MBE Primers and Flowcharts

    Jun
    02

    MBE Primers And Flowcharts makes taking the MBE much easier. MBE Primers and Flowcharts demystifies the subtle nuances between questions and clearly states what to look for and what will be the right answer.  I personally looked at one subject a day for a month before the bar and when I finally got to the test the MBE section was much clearer and I understood what to look for in each question. Steven also gives some great tips as to what to look for and what to be careful of on the MBE section of the bar. This is a great book for MBE section and will improve your score. 

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  • Brian Yosowitz, Esq. - The Trigger List

    Jun
    02

    Steven Harris’ The Trigger List is a very high-level study guide that will definitely help you with passing the California Bar. The book alone is very much like a personal tutor because it shows you how to look at the test from a completely different perspective. When I first bought this book I was slightly skeptical but after completing the Essay Review Week I realized what a huge benefit it was.

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  • Brian Yosowitz, Esq. - WINNIN' TIME!

    Jun
    02

    Steven Harris' book WINNIN' TIME! is by far the best bar prep book out there. This book puts all the rules a format that you can memorize and type exactly into your test answers. WINNIN' TIME! explains the psychology behind the bar graders and explains exactly how to structure your answers. This book also provides boilerplates for subjects you are guaranteed to get on the bar as well as subjects that are always going to be structured the same way. If you want to pass the bar buy this book!

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  • Bonnie Bates, Esq.

    Steven's Performance Test class is essential for anyone struggling with the Performance Test. After several attempts at taking the
    California bar, I was becoming discouraged because my Performance Test scores were consistently flat, hindering my ability to pass.

  • When do I need to start studying for the Cal Bar Exam?

    May
    27

    I've been getting that question a lot lately from applicants who were not successful on the February 2012 Cal Bar Exam.  First-timers have it a little easier in the sense that they're finishing up PMBR's 6-day class and/or are already in their bar course.  There's some structure in it (although many first-timers don't really hit their stride in consistent studying for another 3 weeks or so). 

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  • Application Deadlines for the July 2012 Cal Bar Examination

    May
    26

    Per the Cal Bar web site:

    The timely filing deadline for unsuccessful applicants from the February 2012 California Bar Examination to take the July 2012 administration of the examination is June 5, 2012. Applications may be filed after that date, but a late fee is required. The final filing deadline for the July 2012 examination is June 15, 2012.

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  • Performance Test Class starts June 2!

    May
    22

    I will be teaching my 17th season of my Performance Test class this summer and it all kicks off Saturday, June 2, at Hastings.

    Four Saturdays:  6/2, 6/9, 6/23, and 7/7, UC Hastings, 9 am - 4 pm.  Live class and online course available.

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  • Performance Test Class starts June 2!

    May
    22

    I will be teaching my 17th season of my Performance Test class this summer and it all kicks off Saturday, June 2, at Hastings.

    Four Saturdays:  6/2, 6/9, 6/23, and 7/7, UC Hastings, 9 am - 4 pm.  Live class and online course available.

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  • Sheila Winslow, Esq.

    Steven's essay writing method is invaluable. Once I mastered his simple writing technique, I became much more efficient and effective in my bar exam answers. I spent less time agonizing over "how do I say this?" So I could spend more time on a fact-heavy analysis.
     
    The PT method is also simply spectacular. He broke it down so that I could face a PT exam with confidence and relative ease.
     
  • Lilly Chen, Esq.

    The clear, to-the-point structure for legal writing that I learned in
    Professor Harris’s first year Legal Writing and Research course
    undoubtedly helped me pass the bar and is still what I use in practice
    as a fellow at the ACLU. He is an effective teacher and an endless
    source of encouragement!

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