8 Bar Exam Tutors Found Near Jacksonville, FL



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Kara M.

Bar Exam Tutor

Saint Augustine, FL 32084

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.93 496 ratings

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Ph.D. National Board Teacher Available for multiple subjects

I am an Attorney in Florida (retired) and passed the Florida Bar first try. The Florida Bar is ranked 3rd in the nation for difficulty (after California and New York). I have taught law through local colleges and to Law Enforcement since 1989. I have also taught law to educators and written laws that were implemented in 3 states concerning the mentally ill, abused children, and education of the disabled. I believe that I can best help students by first learning what they already know through pretesting. I then design and implement an individual program that builds on those skills to master the [more]


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James D.

Bar Exam Tutor

Jacksonville, FL 32220

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

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Invested Tutor looking to make a difference

After completing Law School in 2006, I was employed at Nageotte, Nageotte, & Nageotte, LLC as a legal assistant. I successfully completed the 2009 District of Columbia Bar Exam and was admitted to the DC Bar. I have maintained an active membership in the DC Bar since 2009. I have taken and completed bar prep courses offered through BarBri, Study Group and utilized private bar tutoring. I have worked and taught in the Criminal Justice field for well over 15 years. I am a Juris Doctorate graduate with over 15 years in the Legal/Corrections field. I posses excellent interpersonal and motivational [more]


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Marlon R.

Bar Exam Tutor

Clermont, FL 34711

Will travel 20 miles

$100 per hour.

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People-loving Attorney-Engineer with a passion for teaching

I have a JD Degree (Cum Laude) from Georgetown Law. I have been licensed to practice law in MD for twenty years. I have developed and taught a unique course which has helped hundreds of students pass the MD, DC, FL, and UBE Bar Exams. I am blessed with a love for people and their success, and my experience of living and working in several Continents has honed my ability to develop a rapport that facilitates opening the minds of students and inspiring them to succeed. I am eligible to join MENSA based on my obtaining a 99th percentile score on the GMAT Exam. For the past twenty years, I have ut [more]



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Thomas A.

Bar Exam Tutor

Jacksonville, FL 32258

Will travel 40 miles

$59 per hour.

4.95 386 ratings

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Patient and Knowledgeable Ivy League Grad, JD & Published Author

I am currently a licensed Attorney in Florida and passed the Florida Bar on my first try. The Florida Bar is ranked 3rd in the nation for difficulty (after New York and California). I have also been a law school professor (adjunct) and have extensive experience preparing students to maximize their potential for academic success. I'm an Ivy League graduate, attorney and published author with a diverse background in teaching and counseling students at all levels. My love of teaching stems from my love of academics. I thoroughly enjoy being part of a student's learning process. I know that hard w [more]


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Preston T.

Bar Exam Tutor

Daytona Beach, FL 32119

Will travel 40 miles

$69 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

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BAR EXAM and LAW SCHOOL tutor practicing attorney, proven methods

I am a Juris Doctor and I passed my Florida Bar Examination on my first attempt in July of 2012. I am presently a practicing attorney and I have a specific method of study that helped me master the exam. I am a Florida practicing attorney in the areas of Family Law, Business Law, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, etc. Dear Student, My name is Preston T., and I am a Juris Doctor and a Florida Practicing Attorney. I graduated from Florida A&M University College of Law and I passed the Florida Bar Examination on my first attempt through a method that I perfected by which small doses of information ar [more]


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Isaiah F.

Bar Exam Tutor

Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Florida Attorney

I passed the Florida Bar on my first attempt scoring more than ten points high than what is required on each section. I am a Florida Attorney. I developed my own method for studying for the bar and also assisted my study group in their development. I successfully passed the Florida bar exam on the first attempt. I graduated from Florida State University, where I received Bachelors of Science degrees in Finance and Real Estate in 2012. Upon completing my undergraduate degree, I immediately enrolled at Florida A&M University College of Law to further my education. While attending law school I wa [more]


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Cynthia R.

Bar Exam Tutor

Orlando, FL 32801

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Law School/Bar Exam Tutor

I am currently barred in 2 states - New York and Florida. I took the Florida bar in 2014 and the New York bar in 2015. I passed both on the first attempt. Law school graduate barred in New York and Florida. Adjunct Professor at FAMU College of Law I enjoy working with students to encourage them to do well in law school and beyond. Both are difficult feats but with the right support, can be accomplished with ease. Licensed attorney in Florida and New York ... [more]


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Keith S.

Bar Exam Tutor

Orlando, FL 32801

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Law School Graduate Specializing in SAT and LSAT Tutoring

I recently passed the Florida Bar Exam in February, 2013, by passing both the federal law section (the Multistate Bar Examination, consisting of 200 multiple choice questions) and the Florida state section (100 multiple choice questions + three essays). Hello! My name is Keith, and I have found a passion in helping students prepare for standardized tests. I enjoy explaining standardized tests and offering approaches that resonate with the student. In my experience, I have found that students often set their own limitations about learning when approaching new material. The student will place [more]