The February 2016 Bar Exam: 4 days to the Bar Exam: Facing the Bar Exam with Confidence

It is now 4 days to the bar exam.

Part of the battle to pass the bar exam is your attitude. Don’t go into the bar with negative energy. You must have confidence in your abilities. You have to go into the bar fired up and excited. This is your future and you will conquer it. You have studied extensively, you know the information and now you will prove it when you enter the bar examination. A positive attitude is half the battle. You feel good – you do good. With confidence, you have won before you have started.

Where does confidence come from? Confidence doesn’t come out of nowhere. It’s a result of something… hours and days and weeks and years of work, dedication and training. You are ready. You will go into the bar exam prepared to pass the exam. You have studied, written essays and practiced the MBE questions – you can do no more. Your analysis is sharp and you have a great game plan. You have prepared and you are confident.

For those who are taking the bar exam as a repeat taker, do not lose your edge. Do not look back at your past failures and think you cannot pass the bar exam. Do not doubt yourself, do not be afraid that you will repeat your mistakes. You must go into the exam with confidence that you will pass the bar exam. If you doubt yourself, then indeed you stand on shaky ground. Believe that you will pass.

A student told me that this weekend, he is going to watch the movie Rocky. I thought it was a great idea. Find something inspirational for you to watch or to do. Not only will you feel good, but it can build your confidence to see someone else conquer his fears and be successful. I’ve always liked the movie Rudy – someone who wanted to go to college and play football for Notre Dame. He had many obstacles in his way including having to go to junior college before he could transfer to Notre Dame and be a walk-on to the team. The coaches kept him on the practice team because he practiced with intensity and determination even though he was too small and would likely never get into the game or play a down. Well, the last game of his senior year he got into the game, played a few downs and became the first player in Notre Dame’s history to be carried off the field in triumph. Against all odds, he became a winner – because he believed in his dreams and had the confidence to overcome his obstacles.  Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful.

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The MBE Testing Institute knows that taking the bar exam as a repeat taker can be an isolating experience. The MBE Testing Institute helps the student keep motivated and confident through interaction with an MBE Testing Institute’s bar tutor.

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