1. When do you post exam predictions/speculations?
2. Do you provide Florida Bar Exam study schedules?
3. What books do you recommend for a self-studier?
4. Do you provide Tutoring services?
5. What type of payments do you accept?
6. Bar Exam Forum Comments and Inquiries
7. How do I access the Password Protected Pages?
IF we post exam predictions (viz. “exam speculations”) for the upcoming Florida Bar Exam, we will do so approximately two weeks prior to the actual exam. We are continuously asked to post the predictions sooner; however, we do not believe that it is in our readers’ best interest to do so.
To successfully pass the Florida Bar Exam, it is very important that an applicant studies and knows the black letter law for all of the testable subjects and understands how to apply the law to a particular set of facts. If we post our exam speculations too early, some applicants tend to mistakenly focus only on the “speculated” subjects as opposed to all of the exam subjects.
Because we truly care about our readers’ success on the Florida Bar Exam, we believe it is best to post our so-called bar exam predictions/speculations within two weeks of the actual exam and not any sooner. Therefore, please do not contact us regarding the possible posting date of exam speculations. Thank you.
Currently, no, we do not.
For Part A of the Florida Bar Exam, we tend to lean toward Themis Florida books Volume 1 and Volume 2 for learning general substantive law and the Florida law distinctions. Volumes 1 and 2 only contain black letter substantive law, so you will need to purchase additional books that have Florida multiple-choice practice questions in them. In that regard, we currently recommend BarBri Florida Testing Books I and II, which are replete with Florida multiple-choice practice questions. As an added measure, we certainly recommend purchasing our Florida Bar Exam Workbooks for your Part A studies. For Part B of the Florida Bar Exam, viz., the MBE, we currently recommend using Adaptibar. The program is fairly priced; and if used correctly, it can help to increase your overall MBE score.
Yes, we do. However, we have no more tutoring vacancies available for the February 2018 Florida Bar Exam. All of our tutors are either practicing Florida attorneys or retired Florida attorneys.
We accept personal checks, money orders, cashier’s checks, and credit cards. If payment is made via credit card, we might have to add a 3.7% charge to the overall purchase cost. This is the approximate amount we are charged for accepting credit card payments. The 3.7% charge is exclusive from the cost we charge for our tutoring services, website access fees, and other bar exam products.
Personal checks, money orders, or cashier’s checks may be sent to Aplus eBooks Publications, P.O. Box 618757, Orlando, FL 32861. Credit card payments and/or donations may be submitted through our PayPal account.
For general bar exam Comments, we ask that you use our Bar Exam Forum page. If the Comments section is opened for a particular post or page, then please use the Comments section on that particular post or page to make your Comment. If you have a specific inquiry of any sort relating to the Florida Bar Exam, please fill-out the information on our Preliminary Questions page and we will get back in touch with you as soon as possible.
a. Initial Access: To access our Florida Bar Exam password protected posts and pages, you first need to purchase a password (see “Password Protected Pages“).
b. After You Have Purchased Your Password: Use our Contact Form to submit a request for your personal password. Upon your request and our verification of your purchase, we will email you your password. You may also refer to this portion of our Password Protected Pages post for more information.
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