After having taken the bar three times, using three different prep methods, I can honestly say that Jay’s Personal Bar Prep really has everything a student needs to help them pass the bar the first time around. Personal Bar Prep offers both the large lecture classes as well as the small classroom setting that pushes you to not only do the work, but to do your best.
The small classes, I think, are what really helped me pass. The groups were great because they were small and intimate enough so that I felt comfortable asking whatever questions I had. Jay also made himself available after class for any additional questions that we might not have covered during the group discussion. The work associated with the small groups was a lot, but in all honesty it got me to do what I needed to pass the bar. Lots of essays and practice MBE’s, all of which were graded and handed back to us within days.
Jay was the best you could hope for in a bar prep professor. He makes it personal for every individual in his class. Jay really makes you feel like you can pass the exam, even when you think it’s impossible. I think that was probably the most important thing for me – because when I was fatigued and felt like the biggest failure in the world, he wouldn’t give up. He would push me and prod me and pep me up when I needed it. I really couldn’t have done it without him.