Help! My bar is in less than a month, I have only managed to get a 3 on my essays, I am using Themis and each of the essays I have submitted to the essay grader has come back with a score of -2. I do not want to fail again. I tried to make a list of commonly tested issues on essays, by outlining all the sample essays (there are 92, but I have only gone through 20), but it took hours and in the end it basically seemed like essays cover every single topic in the outline. What am I doing wrong, I am beginning to reserve time to practice writing out rule statements, but it took one hour just to practice writing out a paragraph about battle of the forms. I have been studying since November and I feel hopeless, I refuse to take this exam again, but at this rate, I do not know how to improve my essay scores. It would mean the world to me if you responded Brian, I need help!
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For example, I find that a Foreign-Educated First-Time Taker who is Asian/Pacific Islander taking a July exam who sends me his/her scores usually has an average final score between 630-640, which corresponds with the results in the Demographic Chart . Meanwhile, based on the Demographic Chart , the examinees with the highest pass rate are Domestic-Educated First-Time Takers who are Caucasian/White sitting for a July exam - these examinees have an average final score of 738 and an average pass rate of %. This means that if you are a domestic-educated first time taker with a high LPGA (above ), you are probably going to pass the bar exam irrespective of the bar review that you choose or study methods that you employ.