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After the Analysis, the last Essential Issue Component for any bar exam essay issue is the Conclusion. Remember, ultimately, bar exam essays are questions that need to be directly answered. A Conclusion should be a reasoned statement that resolves the issue and answers the question presented. Do not hedge or “fence-sit” with your Conclusions. Instead, take a reasoned position that is consistent with and based upon the preceding analysis.
The Key to Passing the NY Bar ..
The workshop culminates with a guided, practice essay question, which enables you to put the Essay Solution into practice. Complete a practice essay and follow along as we demonstrate how to read the question and organize your answer while pointing out best practices and, just as importantly, what not to do when composing your answers for any NY Bar Exam essay question.
Essay/MPT Analysis Report
I examine NY bar exam essays/MPTs using the same methodology as the score analysis. I strongly urge all failing examinees to order their essays from NY BOLE immediately after scores are released in order to review your essay and MPT answers. You disadvantage yourself if you do not order and review your essays because you will not know what mistakes to correct (e.g. did you miss obvious issues, was your writing style poor or careless, how did your answers compare to the released above average answers). In the past six years, I have sent to over 500+ examinees encompassing over 2,500 Essays/500 MPTs from the Feb 2010 - July 2015 exams. This 27 page analysis reports statistics such as words, characters, paragraphs, sentences, sentences per paragraph, words per sentence, characters per word, Flesch reading ease, and Flesch-Kincaid grade level. The analysis illustrates how your answers statistically differ from the released above average answers and other examinee essays. The essays/MPTs are examined against the released above average essays/MPTs and the essays/MPTs of other failing examinees and exemplar essays/MPTs. I also analyze word frequencies and report any useful data.