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Podcast Episode 216: Quick Tips – What to Say to Someone Who Has Failed the Bar Exam – Bar Exam Toolbox®

Welcome back to the Bar Exam Toolbox podcast! Today, as part of our “Quick Tips” series, we’re talking about what to say when you find out someone – your friend, partner, family member, or colleague – failed the bar exam. We also share tips about assessing the situation if the person who failed is yourself.

In this episode we discuss:

  • How the conversation about bar exam failure should start
  • Comments that could be seen as insensitive in the situation
  • Letting the person decide if they want to take the exam again, rather than pushing them to
  • Things you could say that are helpful but not overbearing
  • The two ways in which students who failed the bar usually react
  • How to assess the situation rationally if the person who failed the exam is yourself

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Rizwan Ahmed
Rizwan Ahmed
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