Essential preparation for 2022 Bar Exam
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Course Fees


Total workshop Charge:  $345

Less Early Bird (EB) Discount: – $50 for reservations made through January 1st, 2020

Less Referral Credit: – $25 for each enrollment


Note: Only one Referral Credit can be extended for each referred. Attendee need not attend the same workshop as the referrer but must attend a workshop in preparation for this summer’s bar exam. Group discount is for grouped reservations, that is, fairly concurrent individual reservations indicating the same group identity (e.g., Bob’s Group). Groups cannot claim previously-reserved enrollees, and must be formed prior to attendance at the workshop, e.g., Joe cannot join Bob’s Group when he sees Bob at the workshop; enrollees cannot claim more than one group; if you do, you are not studying, you are partying.

No Pass-No Pay Offer

First license seekers qualify for our industry leading ‘No Pass-No Pay’ offer. First-time bartakers may defer much of their tuition with the payment of a $95 administrative fee, which is applied toward the total charge.  The student is not liable for the tuition balance (less applicable credits/discounts) until after bar results are announced in May, and payment is only due then if the student has passed the bar. This is not an extension of credit nor to be construed as a loan. During the workshop the student will be required to sign a credit card agreement or submit a pre-dated check for the balance due at a time following the announcement of bar results. Students must sit for the two-day Winter 2020 California Bar Exam to retain their deferral.

Nondisclosure Agreement

The most important consideration sought from attendees is their promise not to divulge the trade secrets of the course to others. All attendees will be required to sign an agreement to refrain from passing on the methodologies and test tips revealed during the workshop.

Optional Homework

After workshop attendance, students may have the opportunity to write select PTs for critical feedback. A varied menu of suggested PT assignments will be provided to the student at the completion of the workshop. A reasonable charge will apply.

Additional Details

Please note that all workshops are subject to classroom availability and changes in the Bar/Bri, Themis, Kaplan-PMBR or individual law school prep schedules.  If you’re aware of a conflict for you and your schoolmates, please notify us a.s.a.p. so that we might consider a work-around.  All workshops are conducted live, and questions may cause some sessions to run over.  There is an hour break for lunch.  We try to plan for free parking at all locations.  Course site, room location and directions along with FAQs re workshop logistics will be e-mailed to attendees approximately four days in advance of (typically, the Monday before) the appropriate workshop.

Payment is not required at the time of reservation; you pay at the door.  However, some shops “sell out” in advance and we have been forced to turn away students; so, if you can’t attend a shop that you reserved earlier, please notify us so that we may guarantee admittance to someone who can.

Our highly acclaimed workshop features the “No Pass-No Pay” guarantee: first-time license seekers pay only $95 of tuition at the door; the balance is deferred till after this winter’s bar results and then is only payable if the student passes the bar, not just the PT section.  This deferment is not available to attorneys. (Law students also pay ‘full freight’ as you are not bartakers – yet – and won’t, by definition, be sitting for this winter’s exam.)

Typically, students take whichever workshop (early vs. later) was taken by the bar-passers who referred them to our program. Most repeaters without course conflicts prefer the earlier workshops and the opportunity to practice our unique methodologies – as do many first-time bar-takers who never experienced a performance test (class) during law school.  Moreover, with our later workshops first-timers encountering difficulties in performance test practice or assignments now have a second chance to ‘get it right’ without having to pay Bar/Bri hundreds more for its overly expensive pay-by-the-hour tutoring with Bar/Bri staffers.

Student comments on workshop and the discount table are on other pages.