Extended 6 or 10 Month U.S. Bar Preparation
Payment plans are also available
THE MOST BAR PREPARATION EXPERTISE
In today’s increasingly globalized world, demand continues to grow for those who understand the workings and complexities of the law of more than one jurisdiction. Passing a U.S. state bar exam and becoming an American attorney adds prestige and valuable credentials to your resume. Even more, it gives you the capability and expertise to work with international clients, deal with cross-border transactions, and understand the differences between U.S. and international law, among other things.
Whether you’re an LL.M. student at U.S. law school, a qualified lawyer in a jurisdiction outside of the U.S considering sitting a U.S. state bar exam or just need more time to study due to other commitments, the Extended U.S. Bar Preparation course offers the support and flexibility you need.
As an Extended U.S. Bar Preparation candidate, you may select either a 6-month or a 10-month course duration based on the amount of time you have to dedicate to your bar studies each week. Both utilize learning techniques such as spaced time repetition to ensure you are building knowledge over time to increase your chances of success in passing the New York / UBE, California or Texas Bar Exam.
Extended U.S. Bar Preparation courses for the New York / UBE and California are offered over a 6 or 10-month period leading into the February and July exams scheduled each year. The Extended U.S. Bar Preparation course for Texas is offered over a 10-month period leading into the July exam each year.
Over 1.3 million students worldwide have succeeded with BARBRI Bar Review. We teach you exactly what it takes to pass the bar on the first try. Over 50 years of bar exam-specific experience means you won’t be left wondering if you’re ready.
PREPARING FOR THE BAR EXAM
BARBRI Extended U.S. Bar Preparation focuses on exam techniques that international students find difficult to master and on the topics that are most frequently examined to enhance your prospects of achieving bar examination success. Find out more below.
6 OR 10 MONTH PROGRAM
6 OR 10 MONTH PROGRAM
With the home study program, candidates may choose between a 10-month course option and a 6-month course option depending on the time you have to devote to bar studies.
The 6-month program runs from February through July with the bar examination in July or from September to February with the bar examination in February.
The 10 month program runs from September through to July with the bar examination in July or from April to February with the bar exam in February.
Course work is assigned through the BARBRI Personal Study Plan throughout the course.
PERSONAL STUDY PLAN
PERSONAL STUDY PLAN
The easy-to-use online Personal Study Plan is your weekly to-do list during the BARBRI Extended U.S. Bar Prep course. It continually monitors your progress and automatically recommends assignments aligned to your unique areas of need.
Video lectures, outlines, practice questions and workshops build over time to create a highly effective structure of bar preparation. Frequent progress assessments help you to study smarter, not harder.
Your Personal Study Plan analyzes more than 1,000 points of data collected from your assignments, grades, practice exams and practice essays. This helps you hone and improve on areas of law that need the most attention. You spend your study time where it will yield the best results.
Essay Architect - EXCLUSIVE
The online Essay Architect tool provides immediate feedback for higher scoring essays. It enhances your ability to write the lawyer-like answers that the bar examiners are looking for on the bar exam.
Essay Architect takes you through a series of steps so you learn to critically read bar exam questions, enhance the speed of your essay writing and construct strong, winning answers. Using drag-and-drop features, you build your practice essay following the standard IRAC format. Immediate feedback reinforces organization and structure.
Then you can submit your practice essays to BARBRI for grading by a trained essay writing expert. You receive personalized feedback on the style of your writing and the substantive pros-and-cons of your answer.
BARBRI Extended U.S. Bar Prep students will sit a simulated essay day exam and a full two-day mock exam prior to sitting the real exam. By far, this will be your best predictor of bar exam success.
Our realistic 200-question Simulated MBE compares your test results with other students. Our two, three-hour testing sessions cover the seven MBE subjects (Civil Procedure, Criminal Law and Procedure, Contracts, Constitutional Law, Evidence, Real Property, Torts), providing a realistic preview of the mental and physical challenges you can expect during this portion of the bar exam.
And only BARBRI has studied every single MBE since it debuted in 1972. In fact, the MBE portion of the bar exam has changed many times in recent years and so have our practice test questions. We’ve reviewed, edited and revised them to accurately reflect the most current MBE format.
LawMaster Study Keys
MOVE BEYOND MERE MEMORIZATION
One of the most common questions we hear from students during their bar studies is ”when do I start to memorize the law?” The problem with this question and this strategy is that memorization isn’t the same as learning and application. That is where the BARBRI LawMaster Study Keys come in. The first key is to have, at the highest level, a manageable and memorable framework to learn the law and understand where the rules fit into that framework.
The next key to actually learning the law is to be able to bring together Rules, the Elements that comprise the rule AND a Story to actually apply the Rules and Elements to real world scenarios.
The LawMaster Study Keys are exclusive to BARBRI, a product of having helped 1.3M students pass the bar over 50 years and a true reinvention to help you really learn the law and Own The Bar.
Best U.S. Law Professors
BEST U.S. LAW PROFESSORS
BARBRI has the finest faculty in bar preparation, consisting of renowned American law school professors who teach you the substantive law for each multistate and state subject while highlighting commonly-tested issues and how to handle them. The lectures are wholly examination-driven. They are carefully crafted to convey what you need to know in each subject.
These lectures are recorded live in the U.S. and are available to each candidate online throughout the program.
Get study, outlining and law school exam tips as well as information about U.S. bar exam eligibility and requirements.