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I offer an individual, intensive, one-on-one bar review course for the bar exams of
Arizona, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Maryland,
Missouri, New York, New Jersey and North Dakota., focusing upon the written
section/essays/MPT. The course starts in November/December for the February bar and 
concludes about a week prior to the bar exam. This period is twice the length of other
courses, enabling a careful and through review of all bar exam subjects, particularly
for a working professional.

I also offer a class for the Maryland attorney’s exam.  Candidates for that exam may
contact me for details of that specific course.

Each week I email a state-specific outline for a particular subject and former exam
questions on that subject. The outlines specify the topics from each subject actually
tested on the bar and the frequency with which they were tested. With this focused
approach, you will always be studying issues actually tested on the bar in order to
pass, rather than learning the entire legal code.

The student reviews the materials, does the questions and returns the answers via
email, for which I provide detailed diagnostic feedback via email, as well as additional
questions as necessary in order to maximize exam performance. The online email format
eliminates travel time and allows the student to do the homework at the time and place
best suited for the him or her, even with a busy work schedule. This approach has been
most effective for the many attorneys and other professionals who took it while working.

Rather than just memorizing materials, this active learning approach ensures all bar
material is learned through actual practice. By the end of the class, you will have done
40-50 or more practice questions. With this feedback-based method we can
determine, evaluate and eliminate any issues in your exam approach.

I am an experienced tutor who has taught this class to many students since 2002
having passed the bar in four different jurisdictions, using this method and
materials, which are updated to reflect new questions. I have also practiced many
of the areas tested on the bar. My methods and instruction are proven, based
upon actual experience and results.

Further information, including contact and enrollment details, can be found
on my website: www.barexamtutor.net

I look forward to working with you.

Sincerely,

Paul
barexam@comcast.net






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I offer an individualized bar review course for the below
bar exams, for about three months, starting in November
for the February bar and starting in May for the July bar.

District of Columbia - DC
Florida - FL
Georgia - MD [including Georgia attorney's exam]
Maryland - MD  [including Maryland attorney's exam]
New Jersey - NJ
New York - NY

Each week I email a state-specific outline for a particular
subject and former bar exam questions on that subject.
Each subject outline specifies the tested areas of that subject.

The student reviews the materials, does the questions and
returns the answers via email, for which I provide
detailed diagnostic feedback via email, as well as
additional questions and telephone consultations
as necessary in order to maximize exam performance.

During that week, a student studies the outline and does
the practice questions, returning them by the deadline.
Each student may select the daily schedule that works best
for him or her. Some students do the work for a few hours
in the morning - others do it in the evening - it is up to
the student.

This format eliminates travel time and enables the student
to complete the homework at the time and place best suited
for the student's study. With the earlier starting dates above,
there is more time for a through and careful review of all subjects.

Consistency is important - daily study time, for even short
periods, is more successful than cramming closer to the
exam. This active learning approach ensures all bar
material is covered and learned through actual practice.
The materials are updated to reflect new questions.

I am a practicing attorney, who has passed the bar in
MD, DC, GA and FL using this method, who has, practiced
in many bar-tested subjects as well as successfully tutoring
students on all of the above exams. My course is unmatched
in terms of length, content, experience and reasonable cost.
Unlike larger courses, every student receives intensive personal
attention, geared toward maximizing their individual performance.

Further information may be found at my website:

www.barexamtutor.net

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Paul

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I am a practicing attorney who offers an extremely effective personalized online bar tutorial program for the following states:

California
District of Columbia
Georgia
Maryland
New York
New Jersey

In this class, I provide quality, individualized instruction and concise, state-specific materials at an affordable price, unmatched by any other course.

Classes are now forming for the July 2007 bar exam. Instruction typically starts between mid-May and the end of May.

Please contact me regarding your interest. References available upon request.

Sincerely,

Paul

barexamtutor@comcast.net

www.barexamtutor.net

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Dear Bar Candidates:

I offer a personalized online bar exam tutorial for the bar
exams of the following jurisdictions:

California Bar Exam (CA) (General & Attorney's Exam)
District of Columbia Bar Exam (DC)
Georgia Bar Exam (GA) (General & Attorney's Exam)
Maryland Bar Exam (MD)(General & Attorney's Exam)
New Jersey Bar Exam (NJ)
New York Bar Exam (NY)

Students from other jurisdictions are welcome to contact me
regarding their needs as well.

The course consists of nearly three (3) months of
instruction, including study outlines, actual bar exam
questions and feedback and critique of student answers, as
well as tips for maximizing your exam performance.

Please see my website at www.barexamtutor.net for further
information about the class and enrollment.

Sincerely,

Paul



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Bar Exam Preparation / Tutor: MD Maryland Attorney's Exam (Feb 2006)
« on: November 05, 2005, 06:41:28 AM »
I offer a personalized bar tutorial for the Maryland MD Attorney's Exam, offered to attorneys who have been in practice for five years, as Maryland does not have admission on motion/reciprocity with any state. 

The course consists of between two (2) to three (3) months of instruction on black-letter law tested for the respective exam(s), and intensive practice using actual bar exam questions for the respective jurisdictions.

Format: The class is conducted online, which maximizes your study time, by eliminating wasted travel time and creates flexible class format that does not require one to quit their job, ignore their family and otherwise stop having a
life. This format also results in highly personalized interaction between the student and me.

Summary: I do the following during the class:

1. Supply a student with a topic and sub-topic frequency chart, detailing the most tested areas and sub-areas on the attorney's exam; which was created after an intensive analysis of old Maryland Attorney exam questions from 1998 until now.

2. Since the exam is open book, I am willing to obtain and tabulate the required three volume Mitchie set, based upon the most-frequently tested areas, for the student as well;

3. I supply the student with at least 3 actual old MD attorney exam questions for that subject, or one practice bar exam per week, which they must answer, using the materials to do so correctly. By the end of the class, you will have written at least 8 full bar exams, containing at least 10 questions each, before the exam. Practice question are carefully selected to reflect the most tested areas and sub-topics on the Maryland Attorney's Exam.

3. After the student returns their practice answers to me, I then provide detailed feedback on the student's answers, in order to diagnose and eliminate any problem areas. Plus, I assign additional essays for 'problem' subjects based upon the quality of the initial answers. I also teach a concise, efficient method for answering essay questions.

4. The emphasis in this class is constant correct practice. practice. You will learn how to manage your time most effectively during this extremely time-intensive and detail oriented test. facts. Most importantly, you will learn from your weaknesses and improve upon them. You will also learn to focus upon the most important areas, instead of trying to memorize the entire legal code.

Deadline: Ideally, I will be starting the class at the end of November (Nov 28) which will allow nearly three (3) months for instruction and review for the February 2006 Attorney's Exam. The class will last until at least a week before the exam. I can accept students later on, per their needs.

Typically, my students work during the day and have families, so the longer term works well for them. I am at least as demanding than the examiners will probably be, so you are well-prepared by exam day. This class uses an
active learning approach because you are always practicing bar exam skills, rather than just memorizing materials.

My Background: I am admitted and have practiced in MD, DC and GA, having used this method to pass the bar in all three jurisdictions. To date, I have successfully tutored other students on the bar, including the Maryland Attorney's Exam,  using these methods. I take very few students at once and work hard with each student on an
individual daily basis for the eleven or so weeks prior to the exam.

Books alone cannot provide feedback on the skills that one needs to pass this unique test. I can and will help a student to maximize their performance and pass the Attorney's Exam.

Price: My prices are extremely reasonable, considering the personalized quality of the instruction, and the length of the class, which is unavailable anywhere else.

If interested, please email me at paulgwer@hotmail.com.

References available upon request.

Paul

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I offer a personalized bar tutorial for the Maryland MD Bar
Exam; the District of Columbia DC Bar Exam and Georgia GA Bar Exam. The course consists of nearly three (3) months of instruction on black-letter law tested for the respective bar exam(s), and intensive practice using actual bar exam questions for the respective jurisdictions. I work with anyone who wants to take the bar, such as repeaters, new students and attorneys.

Format: The class is conducted online, which maximizes your
study time, by eliminating wasted travel time and creates
flexible class format that does not require one to quit
their job, ignore their family and otherwise stop having a
life. This format also results in highly personalized
interaction between the student and me.

Summary: I do the following for nearly three months:

1. Supply a student with a concise but through black-letter
law study outline for each subject tested on the bar
(usually one subject per week). The outlines highlight the
most tested sub-areas on the bar. The outlines contain all
of the law that you need to know and were created after an
intensive analysis of Maryland, DC and Georgia law and
old Maryland, DC and Georgia bar exam questions from 1991
until now.

2. After the student reviews the outline for a particular
subject, I supply the student with at least 3 actual old MD
bar exam essay questions for that subject, which they must
answer, using the practice outlines to do so correctly. By
the end of the class, you will have written at least
33 practice essays before the exam. Practice question are
carefully selected to reflect the most tested areas and sub-
topics on the Maryland; DC or Georgia bar exam.

3. After the student returns their practice answers to me,
I then provide detailed feedback on the student's answers,
in order to diagnose and eliminate any problem areas. Plus,
I will assign additional essays for 'problem' subjects
based upon the quality of the initial answers. I also teach
a concise, efficient method for answering questions.

4. The emphasis in this class is practice, practice and
practice. You will learn the law and how to apply it to the
facts. Most importantly, you will learn from your
weaknesses and improve upon them. You will also learn to
focus upon the most important areas, instead of trying to
memorize the entire legal code code.

Deadline: Ideally, I will be starting the class at the
end of November(Nov 28) which will allow nearly three
months for instruction and review for the Feb 2006 bar
exam. The class will last from the end of November until
at least a week before the exam.

Typically, my students work during the day and have
families, so the longer term works well for them. I am at
least as demanding than the examiners will probably be, so
you are well-prepared by exam day. This class uses an
active learning approach because you are always practicing
bar exam skills, rather than just memorizing materials.

My Background: I am admitted and have practiced in MD, DC
and GA, having used this method to pass the bar in all
three jurisdictions. To date, I have successfully tutored
other students on the bar using these methods. I take very
few students at once and work hard with each student on an
individual daily basis for the eleven or so weeks prior to
the exam.

Comparison: After 3-4 years of law school, worth thousands
of dollars in loans, and a legal career worth many
thousands more, the bar exam is too important a goal to
fulfill just by buying second-hand, dated materials online.
People flunk the bar exam because they merely cram by
reading books, rather than practicing.

Most importantly, used books cannot provide feedback on the
mistakes that one may be making in their legal writing. I
can and will help a student to maximize their performance
and pass the bar.

Price: My prices are extremely reasonable, considering the
personalized quality of the instruction, which is
unavailable in larger commercial courses. This class is
based upon diagnosing and fulfilling the needs of
individual bar candidates.

I am a serious teacher who only teaches serious students.
If you are serious about passing the bar, please email me
at paulgwer@hotmail.com.

References available upon request.

Paul

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I offer a personalized bar tutorial for the Maryland Bar Exam;
District of Columbia Bar Exam and Georgia Bar Exam. The course consists of nearly three (3) months of instruction on black-letter law tested for the respective bar exam(s), and intensive practice using actual bar exam questions for the respective jurisdictions. I work with anyone who wants to take the bar, such as repeaters, new students and attorneys.

Format: The class is conducted online, which maximizes your
study time, by eliminating wasted travel time and creates
flexible class format that does not require one to quit
their job, ignore their family and otherwise stop having a
life. This format also results in highly personalized
interaction between the student and me.

Summary: I do the following for nearly three months:

1. Supply a student with a concise but through black-letter
law study outline for each subject tested on the bar
(usually one subject per week). The outlines highlight the
most tested sub-areas on the bar. The outlines contain all
of the law that you need to know and were created after an
intensive analysis of Maryland, DC and Georgia law and
old Maryland, DC and Georgia bar exam questions from 1991
until now.

2. After the student reviews the outline for a particular
subject, I supply the student with at least 3 actual old MD
bar exam essay questions for that subject, which they must
answer, using the practice outlines to do so correctly. By
the end of the class, you will have written at least
33 practice essays before the exam. Practice question are
carefully selected to reflect the most tested areas and sub-
topics on the Maryland; DC or Georgia bar exam.

3. After the student returns their practice answers to me,
I then provide detailed feedback on the student's answers,
in order to diagnose and eliminate any problem areas. Plus,
I will assign additional essays for 'problem' subjects
based upon the quality of the initial answers. I also teach
a concise, efficient method for answering questions.

4. The emphasis in this class is practice, practice and
practice. You will learn the law and how to apply it to the
facts. Most importantly, you will learn from your
weaknesses and improve upon them. You will also learn to
focus upon the most important areas, instead of trying to
memorize the entire legal code code.

Deadline: Ideally, I will be starting the class at the
beginning of May (May 1) which will allow nearly three
months for instruction and review for the July 2005 bar
exam. The class will last from the beginning of May until
at least a week before the exam.

NOTE: For repeaters who were unsuccessful on the February
2005 bar exam, I can start the class after they receive
their results - which usually released by mid-May.
(although I hope everyone currently waiting for results
will pass the bar)

Typically, my students work during the day and have
families, so the longer term works well for them. I am at
least as demanding than the examiners will probably be, so
you are well-prepared by exam day. This class uses an
active learning approach because you are always practicing
bar exam skills, rather than just memorizing materials.

My Background: I am admitted and have practiced in MD, DC
and GA, having used this method to pass the bar in all
three jurisdictions. To date, I have successfully tutored
other students on the bar using these methods. I take very
few students at once and work hard with each student on an
individual daily basis for the eleven or so weeks prior to
the exam.

Comparison: After 3-4 years of law school, worth thousands
of dollars in loans, and a legal career worth many
thousands more, the bar exam is too important a goal to
fulfill just by buying second-hand, dated materials online.
People flunk the bar exam because they merely cram by
reading books, rather than practicing.

Most importantly, used books cannot provide feedback on the
mistakes that one may be making in their legal writing. I
can and will help a student to maximize their performance
and pass the bar.

Price: My prices are extremely reasonable, considering the
personalized quality of the instruction, which is
unavailable in larger commercial courses. This class is
based upon diagnosing and fulfilling the needs of
individual bar candidates.

I am a serious teacher who only teaches serious students.
If you want to enroll in this class, please email me
at paulgwer@hotmail.com.

References available upon request.


Paul 
 

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I offer a personalized bar tutorial for the Maryland MD Bar
Exam; District of Columbia DC Bar Exam and Georgia GA Bar Exam. The course consists of nearly three (3) months of instruction on black-letter law tested for the respective bar exam(s), and intensive practice using actual bar exam questions for the respective jurisdictions. I work with anyone who wants to take the bar, such as repeaters, new students and attorneys.

Format: The class is conducted online, which maximizes your
study time, by eliminating wasted travel time and creates
flexible class format that does not require one to quit
their job, ignore their family and otherwise stop having a
life. This format also results in highly personalized
interaction between the student and me.

Summary: I do the following for nearly three months:

1. Supply a student with a concise but through black-letter
law study outline for each subject tested on the bar
(usually one subject per week). The outlines highlight the
most tested sub-areas on the bar. The outlines contain all
of the law that you need to know and were created after an
intensive analysis of Maryland, DC and Georgia law and
old Maryland, DC and Georgia bar exam questions from 1991
until now.

2. After the student reviews the outline for a particular
subject, I supply the student with at least 3 actual old MD
bar exam essay questions for that subject, which they must
answer, using the practice outlines to do so correctly. By
the end of the class, you will have written at least
33 practice essays before the exam. Practice question are
carefully selected to reflect the most tested areas and sub-
topics on the Maryland; DC or Georgia bar exam.

3. After the student returns their practice answers to me,
I then provide detailed feedback on the student's answers,
in order to diagnose and eliminate any problem areas. Plus,
I will assign additional essays for 'problem' subjects
based upon the quality of the initial answers. I also teach
a concise, efficient method for answering questions.

4. The emphasis in this class is practice, practice and
practice. You will learn the law and how to apply it to the
facts. Most importantly, you will learn from your
weaknesses and improve upon them. You will also learn to
focus upon the most important areas, instead of trying to
memorize the entire legal code code.

Deadline: Ideally, I will be starting the class at the
beginning of May (May 1) which will allow nearly three
months for instruction and review for the July 2005 bar
exam. The class will last from the beginning of May until
at least a week before the exam.

NOTE: For repeaters who were unsuccessful on the February
2005 bar exam, I can start the class after they receive
their results - which usually released by mid-May.
(although I hope everyone currently waiting for results
will pass the bar)

Typically, my students work during the day and have
families, so the longer term works well for them. I am at
least as demanding than the examiners will probably be, so
you are well-prepared by exam day. This class uses an
active learning approach because you are always practicing
bar exam skills, rather than just memorizing materials.

My Background: I am admitted and have practiced in MD, DC
and GA, having used this method to pass the bar in all
three jurisdictions. To date, I have successfully tutored
other students on the bar using these methods. I take very
few students at once and work hard with each student on an
individual daily basis for the eleven or so weeks prior to
the exam.

Comparison: After 3-4 years of law school, worth thousands
of dollars in loans, and a legal career worth many
thousands more, the bar exam is too important a goal to
fulfill just by buying second-hand, dated materials online.
People flunk the bar exam because they merely cram by
reading books, rather than practicing.

Most importantly, used books cannot provide feedback on the
mistakes that one may be making in their legal writing. I
can and will help a student to maximize their performance
and pass the bar.

Price: My prices are extremely reasonable, considering the
personalized quality of the instruction, which is
unavailable in larger commercial courses. This class is
based upon diagnosing and fulfilling the needs of
individual bar candidates.

I am a serious teacher who only teaches serious students.
If you are serious about passing the bar, please email me
at paulgwer@hotmail.com.

References available upon request.


Paul

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