Here's what you'll get when you retake the bar exam with Quimbee Bar Review:
You’re in good company
Nearly a third of those taking the 2021 bar exam were repeat takers.* Sometimes, life just gets in the way of our plans. Family, schedule conflicts, a move to a new jurisdiction, an inadequate bar prep course—there are a million reasons that result in some of the brightest students having to retake the bar. Regardless of the reason, we want to help you pass this next time around. The fact that you’re reading this means you’ve already taken the first step to passing.*Data provided by the National Conference of Bar Examiners.
Proven practice-based approach
To pass the bar, practice is essential. But practice is most effective if you’re using the right method. Previously, you may have spent most of your time studying by watching long lectures. Passive learning often leads to unengaged students and decreased information retention. By utilizing a practice-based approach, Quimbee Bar Review+ is able to offer authentic experiences that mimic the real bar exam. You’ll encounter a simulated Multistate Bar Examination, attorney grading on performance tests, unlimited essay grading, videos paired with practice quizzes, and even real questions from past bar exams. With these tools, you can actively practice passing.
Video lessons for efficient learning
Whether you’re jumping in next cycle to tackle the exam or it’s been a while since you last studied for the bar, there’s a lot of information to learn in a short amount of time. So we made it more efficient to brush up on previous knowledge and learn new information. Our example-driven videos distill the toughest-tested legal concepts down to manageable lessons under 7 minutes in length, saving space for more learning. Each video pairs key terms with memorable visuals to make it easier for you to learn and retain information from complex cases. The end result? An increased ability to recall that information when it matters most.
Flexible schedule options
You already know preparing for the bar is a serious time commitment, and you deserve to study for the bar using a schedule that suits your lifestyle. That’s why we created not only a full-time schedule but also a part-time schedule that lets you fully prepare while leaving some time between study sessions for other responsibilities. By studying an average of 8 hours per day, 6 days per week with a carefully planned sequence of video lessons, quizzes, and writing tasks, our full-time schedule allows you to traditionally prepare for the bar exam. Spread out over 6 months, our part-time bar review schedule features the same content as our full-time, 10-week course—so you won’t be missing out on any study material.
Tools to study smarter
Do you know the specific areas you struggled with in the past? If you haven't looked or don't have access to your score report, no worries. It’s essential to have insights into your progress to study efficiently, so we offer performance stats that allow you to see how you’re doing as you answer multiple-choice questions throughout the course. You’ll be able to view how many questions you answered correctly and incorrectly by subject and topic—so you’ll know which areas to focus your attention on.
Free, unlimited retakes
Preparing for the bar exam is hard enough. You shouldn’t have to worry about whether you’re overpaying for a bar prep course. And you definitely shouldn’t stress about having to pay to retake the same course twice. We’re dedicated to helping you pass, so we offer free, unlimited retakes of Quimbee Bar Review+ until you do so. No minimum completion of the course is required for a retake.