Give Your Students Every Opportunity for Success with Early Bar Prep (EBP)
Give your graduating classes a head start on bar exam preparation. We've created 2-, 3-, and 4-credit EBP courses that will provide a solid foundation for your law students. Each course includes online outlines, substantive law lectures, assessments, practice questions, and more.
Customized 3L Early Bar Preparation Course
A Research-Backed Educational Framework
Self-evaluate their thought processes as they analyze legal issues, apply the law and scrutinize potential outcomes.
Actively plan, monitor, and assess their learning activities to meet their learning objectives.
Recall information from memory through testing and practice quizzes, which improves long-term retention.
Form schemas about various areas of law which they can use to quickly categorize and interpret new cases and concepts.
Preparing Your Students for the Bar Exam
Student Outcomes Today
Early Bar Prep offers several benefits, including better time management, reduced stress, improved understanding of legal concepts, targeted remediation, enhanced test-taking skills, and increased confidence for the exam.
Early Bar Prep is a valuable foundation, but consistent and focused studying throughout the entire preparation period is crucial. Combine our Early Bar Prep resource with disciplined review 8-10 weeks before your bar exam date to reinforce knowledge and improve exam performance.
While all law students would benefit from our Early Bar Prep, it’s particularly helpful for those who may be struggling with law school or those identified as being at risk of not passing the bar exam.
Self-regulated learning plays a crucial role in the Early Bar Prep program as it allows students to take charge of their learning, setting goals, planning their study time, monitoring their understanding, and adjusting their strategies as needed.
Challenges may include resistance from students or faculty, time constraints, or limited resources. These can be overcome through clear communication about the benefits of early bar prep, thoughtful planning and scheduling, and seeking out available resources and support.