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[PODCAST] There are 4 things you should be uncomfortable with when it comes to the bar exam. In this video, we explore why you have to leave your comfort zone to reach success.
Bar exam expert Jackson Mumey describes the process of getting comfortable with being uncomfortable in these parts of your life and study:
- Your current lifestyle and circumstances
Are you satisfied with your present job and opportunity? The best bar takers are those who are desperate for change and improvement. Unless you’re uncomfortable with your current circumstances, you may not have the drive to succeed on a high stakes test like the bar exam.
- Your current study plan
If you have taken the bar previously without success, you need to take a hard look at your study plan. Being uncomfortable with doing the same things over and over is the catalyst for change that you may need to pass the bar.
- Your knowledge of the law
Your expertise is a great thing, but you should be uncomfortable with assuming you already know enough to pass the bar exam. The test covers too many broad subjects for most people to be comfortable about the underlying law without adequate preparation.
- Your techniques to demonstrate legal competence
If you are using the same approach to essays and multiple choice tests that you used in law school, you’re probably in for an unpleasant experience on the bar exam. The test is measuring a different skill set than law school and you need to be uncomfortable with the idea of repeating your law school skills in this setting.
Part 2 of a 3 part series about becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable in order to pass your bar exam. Link to Part 1
Don’t get comfortable about your bar exam if you want to pass the test. That’s the advice of an expert on the bar who’s helped thousands of students succeed after they had experienced previous failure.
Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable about the bar exam is critical to success on the test. Only by moving outside your comfort zone can you take the necessary steps to grow and pass the bar.
In this episode, Jackson Mumey explores 4 places where you should be prepared to go beyond your limits and boundaries and take risks to receive greater rewards.
You’ll learn why you can’t be comfortable with failure, being a victim, making excuses and following the crowd. Each of these comfort zones is a trap that can lead to repeated failure with little chance of success. It’s only when you become uncomfortable that you can move forward and improve your skills and outcomes on the bar.
What’s the most common bar exam search on Google? The answer may surprise you!
In this podcast episode, we look at the search terms used by people when they are looking for information about the bar. With that information, Jackson breaks down what those bar exam search terms reveal about the exam and how to successfully study and pass the test.
Behind each of these common bar exam search phrases is a hidden back story that makes clear how broken the current bar review and exam world is. Watch this video to learn what other people are asking about the bar exam… and more importantly, answers you can use to improve your performance and pass the test!
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