Bar-None Prep

The Best in New Jersey Bar Exam Prep, Bar None

Bar Exam Dates :

February 27-28, 2024

July 30-31, 2024



New Jersey Judiciary Website

National Conference of Bar Examiners


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Fear, anxiety, and needless toil are not required components to passing the bar exam. There are no extra points for suffering.

Richard M. Buck, Jr., Esq. says:

I could not afford a commercial bar prep course. Instead, I took Deb Sanders' bar prep course and passed the New Jersey Bar the first time. Her no-nonsense, coach-like approach assesses your strengths, your weaknesses and thoroughly hammers the fundamentals of successful bar-taking so that no matter how tense it gets reading through the exam questions, her training kicks in and you find yourself applying her method despite yourself.

Deb's focused instruction does not waste time (does not demand endless hours) and her feedback on your practice answers is personal, effective and prompt. Her program is both structured and flexible. Structured in the she makes sure you know all the law you need to know and the mechanics of crafting the type of exam answer the graders crave: concise, thorough and easy to follow. The course is flexible in the sense that her approach allows for individual differences in learning style and knowledge of the law. I cannot recommend her course highly enough.


Gerald Burke, M.D., Esq. says:

I wanted to let you know that I did pass both the PA and NJ Bar Exams in February.  I am already sworn into the Bar in PA and I am in the process of submitting my materials for New Jersey.

I also wanted to let you know how valuable I found your course, your instruction, and your approach to preparing for and taking the exams.  By gleaning the issues out of the previous 6 years of exams, then preparing outlines emphasizing those issues to focus my study efforts, it really maximized my study time.  This helped to reduce what initially appeared to be an overwhelming volume of material to a semi-manageable quantity.

Your emphasis on spending 45 minutes and no more on each question was also invaluable to me.  I often found myself running well beyond this time when I was working on the February back exams writing my own essay answers to those questions.  I made sure that I modified my techniques for reading the questions and then outlining and writing the answers to fit within these strict 45 minute parameters.


Zanada Joyner, Esq. says:

When I arrived for my first meeting with Debbie, I was a defeated woman. I had unsuccessfully taken the NJ Bar Exam in July 2007 and July 2008. After the second time I almost convinced myself that I didn’t want to be a lawyer. The bar was pointless and worse I was ticked off that I couldn’t pass the stupid thing.  I was in deep debt, job prospects were bleak and I’d already taken a prep course. I was out of money but worse, I was out of motivation.

From our first conversation, Debbie assured me that she knew what she was doing and that I needed to trust her expertise. I fought against her. Like many other law students, I knew all the answers. I surveyed my classmates who had passed, I analyzed the pass rates, and I knew that I could do this on my own. Debbie evaluated my past results. We talked about everything (my mischievous pet, money woes, my deep fear of practice) and she understood. She shared her own story and then explained her method to me. Debbie assured me that I was not simply a paying client to her; she was invested in my success. That alone was the difference between working with her and other bar preparation programs.

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