- A chapter from my book Winnin’ Time
- A copy of a past exam from the California Bar
- A free 30-minute webinar lecture on Torts
When I found out I didn’t pass the July California Bar, I couldn’t shake the feelings of embarrassment and disappointment. As a father of three small kids, I didn’t know how I was going to find the time and energy necessary to study. To add insult to injury, I knew that my chances of passing the bar decreased with each additional attempt. I honestly considered giving up — more than once. I knew I needed something miraculous to help me overcome the odds. I needed some way to study more efficiently.
A friend who had been a repeater and then passed, recommended that I contact Steven. I was skeptical at first, but when my friend showed me the WINNIN’ TIME! book, and Steven’s other materials, I knew I had found my miracle. Steven and I had our first conversation Thanksgiving morning. I could tell within the first minutes of talking to him that he had the knowledge and experience to help me pass. Furthermore, with his coaching I felt like the bar exam was a conquerable foe. He took the time to create a custom plan for my particular circumstances that allowed me to prepare to pass the exam, without missing out on sharing the Holidays with my family.
Even though studying for the exam is never an easy process, with Steven’s guidance, I felt much more confident that what I was studying would be converted into points on the bar exam. His PR, Evidence, Civ Pro and Property Boilerplates are point generating machines! For me the best part was Steven’s unique approach to the Performance Test. His advice and explanations turned what was once a source of anxiety to me, to the portion of the exam I looked forward to the most.
Plain and simple, Steven’s methods unlock the mystery of the California Bar Exam. When I learned that I had passed the February exam after using Steven’s methods, there was no doubt in my mind that it was his guidance that had given me the edge to pass. — Nick Anderson, Esq., passed the February 2011 California Bar Examination, McGeorge alum