GUEST BLOG Lauren Rose, Graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy
I have followed BARBRI’s Personal Study Plan (PSP) and have learned an extraordinary amount of the law this summer.
Well, the bar exam has come and gone!
This has been the most stressful and exhausting two and a half months of my life. Not to mention the two days of the bar exam, as these were the most stressful of them all. The sheer monotony of studying day in and day out has been mentally challenging. Not to mention the sheer anxiety that has surrounded the two full days of examinations. My body is still decompressing as I slowly return to normal.
I have followed BARBRI’s Personal Study Plan (PSP) and have learned an extraordinary amount of the law this summer. With the help of BARBRI’s bar prep course, I was able to put myself in the best position possible when test day came, and I believe that it will show when the results are published. I know that whatever the outcome is, I’ve given my all to the July 2017 bar examination.
It has been an honor blogging for BARBRI throughout law school and during bar prep. In my first semester of 1L, I did not think that I would make it this far. Through strength, perseverance, and a lot of coffee along the way, I’ve grown from law school student to law school graduate. The guidance I’ve received from lawyers, including many BARBRI alums, has been incredible. It helped me in more ways than I can even describe. I am so thankful that I have had BARBRI’s support throughout law school and during the bar exam preparation period.
The bar exam is over and now all we can do is wait. As Elle Woods would say, “We did it!” #OwnTheBar