When you commit to the CBTR Process you help ensure that your test taking skills - including a confident, positive attitude - meet the bar preparation and performance standards necessary to pass the bar on your next attempt. We will work together to meet that challenge.
Paul Pfau, having tutored both repeat and first-time bar examines over the past 28 years, knows that passing the California Bar Exam is a herculean task. In fact, Pfau likens the pursuit of passing the exam to climbing Mt. Everest.
Who better to make that analogy than a man who has led numerous mountain-climbing expeditions all over the world, including the famous Mt. Everest?
"It's all in the planning," says Pfau. "it takes several months of planning before you even hike your first step. It's normally a two-year process. Long-range planning is the key."
Michael Ehline joined the U.S. Marine Cops out of high school and has no college degree.
After his military service, he started a construction business and ran a health club until he heard of the Law Office Study Program.
Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney, Michael P. Ehline, was able to become a lawyer without college, or a law school degree.
He passed the California Baby Bar Exam with no college and passed the California General Bar Exam with no J.D.
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