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PT Class - it's not too late! YOU CAN DO IT!

Hello everyone and welcome to mid-January!
How's studying going? Consider taking a day off this weekend if you're finding yourself burning out a little. This is a typical place for students needing to take a step back for a day.
How's your PT studying going? Started yet? Are you unhappy the current instruction and/or feedback you've been getting?
It is not too late!
Consider this testimonial from Sam Crary, Esq., who signed up for my class a scant two weeks away from exam day:
I passed on the first try and I can't thank Steven enough for the advice and tutoring (via the audio lectures) on the PT. Even though I only found out about Steven's PT course 14 days before the exam, I was able to listen to the lectures, squeeze in the practice PTs, and implement his memorization strategy, all at the last minute. It gave me a streamlined approach that helped me learn how to focus on what counts and not get bogged down on the stuff that doesn't matter. It saved me time, and I went from struggling to finish PT's to having enough time to at least hit every major issue. I know it really made a difference.
We've had two classes so far... but they're available via audiofile with attachments. You don't need to take the class live to pass the bar exam. You've heard me talk about two guys from Reno and from upstate New York who I've never met, but who took my class online via audiofiles and attachments and passed the July exam. You can do it too!
Both classes are up and ready to go. Next session is this Saturday at Hastings, so live takers can get up to speed this week and still attend the third class live. This is a CRITICAL class because in addition to providing PT help, I'm going to provide the lecture on my Essay Review Method, which has helped many students pass who were far behind on their bar prep.
Foundation lecture - specific, easier to use than what you've been exposed to. Issue spotting on PTs. Reading the library on PTs. Outlining on PTs. Issue spotting on essays. Memorization plan for the final push.
It's all yours. And there's still time!
Go to today, sign up, and catch up. YOU CAN DO IT! Click here and register now:
Before I go, remember the two testimonials from the distance learners I mentioned:
Paul Lovrich, Esq.
I passed the July 2012 exam. I attribute my success directly to your method, WINNIN' TIME! book, and your PT method. My problem was not failing to spot issues, but more what to say and how to say it on exam and when to cluster issues. In your lectures, you mentioned I should have some level of trust in you and your method and follow it to the letter. I am glad I did trust you and here I am swearing in in Oakland in two weeks.

Thanks again and have a very happy Thanksgiving.


Ray Wood, Esq.
Thank you for doing what you do.
How is it that a 51 year-old online correspondence law graduate, living on the East Coast, working full time with a family has passed the July 2012 California Bar Exam? I can tell you it is by putting in the hard work and study time. More importantly, by working smart.
Bar exam takers seldom miss the pass list by not studying hard and putting in the time. I know because I missed the pass list three times before getting your two books and taking your performance test course. I then passed the bar exam.


Most law students put in countless hours of focused study. What they are missing are the things that you teach in your books Winnin' Time!, The Trigger List and Performance Test Course.


When I first took your performance course from here in Upstate New York, it was immediately apparent that I could understand the performance test and pass the exam. I ought to know as I had paid for and took five other performance test courses. I was very apprehensive about investing in yet another.

I started out with getting your books, which had outlines for all the subjects. When I took your performance course, I was absolutely shocked at some of the things that you were saying. Game changers. But the thing I really liked was that you based what you teach upon researching past exam answers, which means a student can verify what you share in your lectures. I did just that.

I would hope that my journey can serve as encouragement for those still seeking to get onto the pass list for the California Bar Exam.
I look forward to working with you. It's not too late - promise! It's already been proven. Register here:
Good luck!

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