Revolutionary New Tools from AdaptiBar Help Law Schools Improve Bar Exam Passage Rates

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New tools from AdaptiBar are helping law schools improve their bar exam passage rates. A Florida law school that used AdaptiBar improved its passage rate by 7.1% on the July 2007 Bar Exam. Using AdaptiBar's new tools, law school administrators can analyze student bar exam preparation and then refine their law school curriculum to address deficiencies leading to low bar exam scores.

By using the AdaptiBar performance reports, law schools can easily determine how to change their curriculum to improve student performance on the bar exam.

AdaptiBar, the nation's leading online multistate bar exam (MBE) preparation tool, today announced the availability of a suite of new tools for law school administrators allowing them to analyze student bar exam preparation and then refine their law school curriculum to address deficiencies leading to low bar exam scores.

AdaptiBar's new tools are free to law school administrators. Participating law schools also receive discounted prices on AdaptiBar's powerful online bar exam preparation offerings for their students.

With AdaptiBar's new tools, law school administrators can see how well their students are preparing for an upcoming bar exam and take corrective actions before the bar exam to improve student test preparation and performance.

Administrators identify strengths and weaknesses by comparing their students' performance to national and state averages and to performance of other law schools. Administrators can also analyze student bar exam performance by class or individually. AdaptiBar's new tools also facilitate detailed student performance evaluation for each bar exam subject and subtopic, providing insights on curriculum improvement needs.

"Law schools that want to improve their bar passage rates will find our new offering invaluable," Tarek Fadel, CEO of AdaptiGroup LLC, said. "By using the AdaptiBar performance reports, law schools can easily determine how to change their curriculum to improve student performance on the bar exam."

AdaptiBar's Tools Prove to Be Very Effective in Raising Law School Bar Exam Scores

AdaptiBar's online MBE test preparation program is used by students at law schools all across the country, including Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in Orlando, Florida.

Barry's first-time student passage rate for the July 2007 Florida Bar Exam was 79.1 percent, an increase from 72 percent in July 2006. 85% of Barry law school students who took the July 2007 bar exam utilized AdaptiBar to prepare for the MBE.

How AdaptiBar Improves Bar Exam Passage Rates

Historically, law schools had limited access to data that allowed them to understand what could be done to improve bar exam passage rates. Limited access to bar exam performance data prevents law schools from improving their curriculum, resulting in low bar exam passage rates. If bar exam passage rates drop too low, law schools are at risk of losing accreditation from the American Bar Association.

By using AdaptiBar's program, law schools gain access to tools that allow them to improve bar exam scores systematically. Students receive access (at discounted rates) to AdaptiBar's multistate bar exam test preparation tools, giving them the best possible chance of doing well on the bar exam. At the same time, law school administrators gain access to performance reports that show strengths and weaknesses in how they are preparing their students for the bar exam.

About AdaptiBar:
AdaptiBar is the nation's largest company specializing exclusively in online multistate bar exam preparation tools. Since its founding in 2003, thousands of law school students from every state and more than 25 countries have used AdaptiBar's intuitive online test preparation tools to improve their bar exam scores. The company was founded by CEO Tarek Fadel, a former law school student who created AdaptiBar to address numerous deficiencies in other bar exam preparation offerings. AdaptiBar is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. To learn more about AdaptiBar, visit http://www.adaptibar.com.

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