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Awesome Opportunities for February Bar Takers!

Posted by mcgeorgebarprep on January 15, 2015

Pacific McGeorge is excited to share some great opportunities designed specifically for graduates planning to sit for the February bar:

  1. Wednesday, January 21: Bar Writing Seminar by Belia Ramos
  • 6:00-8:00pm, Classroom H

This seminar will guide you through all aspects of writing passing essays, beginning with the basics: outlining, issue spotting and organization.  You will learn how to construct concise and accurate rule statements, and apply the facts to the law through factual analysis without being conclusory.  You will learn the necessary skills for managing the issues while respecting the clock.

  1. Saturday, January 24: SIMULATED BAR EXAM DAY
  • 8:15am to 4:15pm, Classroom G

This simulated exam will mimic one full day of the CA Bar Exam.  The testing periods will be from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:00-4:00 p.m.  You will have three essays in the morning, then a lunch break, and a performance test in the afternoon.  Bar exam testing conditions will be in place — i.e., no food or drink, no cell phones, etc.  The subjects tested will be announced to you three days prior to the simulation at the Bar Writing Seminar described above.  These exams will be returned to you on January 31.

  1. Wednesday, February 4: Graded Exam Recap by Belia Ramos
  •  6:00pm to 8:00pm, Classroom S-5

Local bar tutor Belia Ramos will provide analysis and specific feedback about the three essay questions/answers and the performance exam.

Please mark these dates and join us for these helpful, FREE workshops!  Pacific McGeorge graduates only.  Please RSVP to Dean McGuire at mmcguire@pacific.edu.

(And if you’re planning to sit for the July CA Bar Exam, don’t worry:  We have another simulation planned just for you on Saturday, March 14, from 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.!  Stay tuned for more details.)

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