Simple and direct is the path to passing the bar!
I had tried other commercial prep courses with little success. When I first started the system, I was skeptical because it almost seemed too easy. The program was reasonably paced, the assignments were direct, and the weekly discussions helped crystallize what was expected to gather enough points to pass the Bar exam. During my Bar preparation, I was also working as Mayor of a City of 40,000 that was undergoing a serious budget reductions and significant labor negotiations, therefore I only had about three and a half weeks to completely focus on studying for the February 2009 Bar. Steven worked with me on focusing my study time to achieve the best results. We acknowledged the challenges with this schedule, but I remained committed to completing (and passing) the Bar.
When I took the Bar Exam this time, I was at ease. My mind was focused and the issues were clear so I knew what issues I needed to write about to get a passing score. Forget the major commercial prep courses with their boxes of books, Steven simplifies the rules and puts you into a system that is easy to memorize and apply with only two texts and great personalized instruction. Thank you Steven!
In addition, during my preparation for the Bar, The Trigger List helped me identify logical extensions of issues. I took the week and followed the instructions and it helped me generate the points I needed to pass the Bar. Even if you don’t take Steven’s 1-on-1 tutorial (however, the tutoring service is top notch and I would recommend you at least consider taking the tutoring if at all possible because it is tremendously helpful), you should purchase The Trigger List to review the way in which issues arise on the Bar Exam. This resource helped me focus my efforts so I could pass the Bar! Follow the instructions, take a week, cheat, and generate the points to pass the Bar!” – Spencer Short, Esq., Mayor of Lincoln, CA, passed the February 2009 Cal Bar Exam