Full Payment

One-Timers will reduce the price of the course by $400 for those who make a one-time payment in full.

 

Military & Police

One-Timers is proud to offer a $500 discount to all current and former members of the military or police force.

 

First Time Bar

If this is your first time taking the bar exam, you may take $600 off the price of the course. This offer is limited to those who have recently graduated from law school within the past six months and have not previously taken a bar exam.

 

Early Bird

Most courses charge extra for starting early. Some won’t even let you get a head start for the most important test of your life. One-Timers knows that starting early gives you a better chance of passing the exam. If you enroll with One-Timers before November 1 for the upcoming February bar exam or April 1 for the upcoming July bar exam, you will receive $700 off the price of the course.

 

Buddy Discount

If you and a friend sign up together, you each receive $800 off the total price of the course.

 

Double Your Deposit Discount

If you already put down a deposit with another course, One-Timers will double it and apply the credit to your account. In other words, if you have already made a $400 deposit with another course, you will receive $800 off the price of One-Timers. Proof of deposit is required.

 

Payment Plans

One-Timers accepts reasonable payment plans. Generally, half is required up front and three-fourths of the price must be paid before receiving hard copies of the materials. Full payment must be made prior to your bar exam.

Law students, and those taking the bar exam at a later date, are offered more flexibility on payment plans.

Pricing & Discounts

 

PRICE

The price of the course is $4999 + $250 deposit for printed materials refunded upon return. There are no additional costs or hidden fees. Everything is included. Payment may be made by cash, check, credit card, bank transfer, PayPal, or cashier’s check.

All students are required to pay their materials deposit by credit card through the website, however, students paying by cash to the administration will be afforded a cash discount with their course fee reduced to $4,000. Contact the administration directly for this arrangement.

DISCOUNTS

One-Timers offers several discounts. (Discounts may not be combined with one another. Only one discount per person. In order to take advantage of any discount, full payment is required upon enrollment.)

Full Payment Discount
One-Timers will reduce the price of the course by $400 for those who make a one-time payment in full.
Military / Police Discount
One-Timers is proud to offer a $500 discount to all current and former members of the military or police force.
First-Time Bar Taker Discount
If this is your first time taking the bar exam, you may take $600 off the price of the course. This offer is limited to those who have recently graduated from law school within the past six months and have not previously taken a bar exam.
Early Bird Discount
Most courses charge extra for starting early. Some won’t even let you get a head start for the most important test of your life. One-Timers knows that starting early gives you a better chance of passing the exam. If you enroll with One-Timers before November 1 for the upcoming February bar exam or April 1 for the upcoming July bar exam, you will receive $700 off the price of the course.
The Buddy Discount
If you and a friend sign up together, you each receive $800 off the total price of the course.
Double Your Deposit Discount
If you already put down a deposit with another course, One-Timers will double it and apply the credit to your account. In other words, if you have already made a $400 deposit with another course, you will receive $800 off the price of One-Timers. Proof of deposit is required.
Legacy Discount
One-Timers will take $1,000 off the price of the course if you are a related family member or spouse of any alumnus of One-Timers because here we are all family.

Sorry but there is no stacking of discounts.

PAYMENTS

One-Timers accepts reasonable payment plans. Since three-fourths of the price must be paid before receiving hard copies of the materials and payments completed prior to your bar exam, plans are usually more affordable for students who plan ahead and sign up early.

Law students, and those taking the bar exam at a later date, are offered more flexibility on payment plans.

CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE THE BAR EXAM AGAIN?

The average attorney makes roughly $140,000 per year. That means if you have to take the bar exam again, it will cost you $70,000 in lost wages, not to mention the frustration and embarrassment that goes with it.

The bottom line is the bar exam is not a place where you should budget your finances. It is the most important test you will ever take in your life. Don’t be penny wise and pound foolish.

WHY DO COMMERCIAL COURSES COST LESS?

You get what you pay for. Most of the major bar review courses have the ability to take an infinite amount of students. They are volume based businesses. While they claim to give students personal attention, nothing can be further from the truth.

At One-Timers, each person receives the guidance and attention they were promised. Before you make a decision that will impact your future, do the research.

“The law of business prohibits paying a little and getting a lot – it can’t be done.”