Let’s face it — failing to pass the California Bar Exam is devastating. You studied for months, sacrificed numerous opportunities to have fun with your family and friends, and endured the grueling two-day marathon that is the California Bar Exam only to learn that you did not pass. While all of your classmates who passed are moving forward with their lives, your law career – and your life — are likely on hold.
Advice from well-meaning friends and family can be comforting but is not very helpful in figuring out why you did not pass, and advice from people who passed the CA bar the first time are not much better since they really don’t know what they did to pass.
BarWinners will diagnose what needs to be done to get you through the bar. We find out why you didn’t pass and help you fix it. We specialize in helping students retake and pass the California Bar Exam.
California Bar Results NEWS: The California Bar is proposing lowering the score needed to pass the California Bar Exam from 1440 to 1414 (or to 1390) beginning with the February, 2018 CA Bar Exam, retroactive to CA bar takers for July 2017 as an interim measure. However, the CA Bar Exam graders are not changing how they grade. For updates and additional information on the new passing CA Bar Exam score can be be found @calbar.ca.gov.