More likely than not, you already have $500,000-$600,000 or more invested in becoming an attorney. That's three years of tuition, books, fees, the opportunity cost of not having a full-time career oriented job for that period, living expenses, etc.
Repeaters may incur additional six figure opportunity costs, etc. by having their legal careers delayed.
In an effort to be competitive, affordable and sensitive to your overall investment I've priced my services beginning at approximately 1% of the total cost of what many pay to obtain a law license and less than many law school tuition rates for a three or four hour course. For further information on services and fees please submit the following.
How much have you invested in your legal education?
What Bar Review Course(s) Have You Taken Or Are You Planning To Take?
What Law School(s) Did You Attend?
Do You Type or Handwrite Your Exams?
If you have taken the California bar exam at least once please include the following:
Number Of Times You Have Taken The California Bar Exam:
Provide The Dates And INDIVIDUAL Scores For Each Exam:
(I must have each individual essay/PT score, the
total written scaled score, your scaled MBE score and
the total overall scaled score to evaluate your needs.)
Why do you think you did not pass?
How Did You Hear About Me?
What specifically are you hoping to gain from
your experience with a bar exam tutor?
In What Other Jurisdictions Are You Licensed, If Any?
In what city and state will you be located during your bar studies?
Will you be taking the General or Attorneys' exam?