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Mobile App will include schedule information, when & where our workshop seminars are happening, helpful tips for those aiming to pass the California Bar Exam.To make reservations to any of the courses, RSVP at www.PerformanceTest.netMore about Advanced Performance SeminarsA UNIQUE COURSE FOR A UNIQUE TESTThe way the Performance Test is handled by most bar reviews makes a tough test only more difficult. More unmanageable. More intimidating.Too many students are lured into failing the Performance Test with high scores on practice exams, false assurances about an easy test format given to generous grading, and anecdotal puff stories. After this, the receipt of a failing bar scorecard due to poor scores on the Performance Test comes as quite a shock. The failed student has been conditioned to believe the poor scores were his or her fault, not the inadequacy of their course preparation.Our students feedback, our enrollees successes and bar statistics prove that it doesnt have to be that way. You can study for the Performance Test. You can learn an approach to the Performance Test. You can master Performance Testing and use these skills to pass the California Bar exam despite poor essay scores or weak multistates.IMPACT OF PERFORMANCE TESTINGThe Performance Test dramatically impacts your final score because it is 26% of your potential total score. Each performance test equals two essays; so, the two performance tests are worth four essays. Since the Performance Test is such a large percentage of the exam, a strong score can overcompensate for average or weak grades elsewhere on the exam.Indeed, for the last decade, students averaging 70 on the two performance tests could rescue SIX 60 (failing) essay scores, and easily put them over the pass mark for the Written Section of the exam. (Extra points were then available to compensate for weak MBE scores, if necessary.) Conversely, better-than-average objective test-takers learned that a dismal showing on the Performance Test could destroy otherwise passing scores. (For example, where the MBE score balanced out a failing essay average, but failed to positively affect weak P.T.s.)WHY YOU NEED TO MAXIMIZESince the bar is cumulatively scored, you take your points wherever you can get them. Through our workshop you are able to access 26% of the possible exam points. In no other way, and for no other test, can you spend such little time and money for such a large return in skills, confidence, and point-potential.A common misconception is that if youve clerked or been a paralegal, youll have no problem with performance testing. Not true. The Performance Test is unique, and we teach you specific skills and techniques necessary to win at this pressure-packed game.Your goal must be to beat, i.e., to max out on, the Performance Test; anything less may not be enough when coupled with a weak essay or multistate showing.DISSECT EACH TEST STEP-BY-STEPSome courses have you write a performance test and then lecture after the fact about what you answered. In effect, they warehouse you for three hours and then read from a suggested answer with reference to File/Library page cites. This pedagogy minimizes your learning. We promise not to read at you.OVER TWENTY YEARS OF SUCCESS STORIESOur Maximizer P.T. Workshop has worked for thousands of enrollees: multiple-repeaters with learning disabilities or performance anxiety, dejected repeaters with minus-60 P.T. averages, disappointed out-of-state attorneys, and the endemic do-or-die basket cases. In addition to successfully coaching the famous 48th-timer, we continue to help repeaters finally put this bar behind them and get on with their careers.