This is one of the most frequently asked questions we get here at Marino Bar Review. However, it is a difficult question to answer without more information. While studies have shown that when you take two bar exams your odds of passing either one are decreased by about 10%. So, to help you make your decision, before you send your check to the Garden State, ask yourself these questions:
1) Do I plan on ever living in New Jersey?
2) Am I going to practice in an area of law that might require me to litigate in New Jersey?
3) Do I have enough time to devote to study for the New Jersey bar exam?
4) Am I really that big of a fan of Jersey Shore?
If you answered “Yes” to any of those questions above, then you might be a good candidate to take the New Jersey bar exam. Marino Bar Review offers New Jersey essay workshops, New Jersey as a second state materials, and bar exam tutoring.