- Instructor: Attorney Bob Schaller
- Lectures: 1
- Quizzes: 1
Bankruptcy Scholar Certificate Exam – 250 Questions.
So, do you have what it takes to pass the 250-question exam and earn the Bankruptcy Scholar certificate from National Bankruptcy Academy? Start down the path toward being recognized by your peers and prospective clients as a top Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy attorney in the USA. Earn the Bankruptcy Scholar certificate from National Bankruptcy Academy and demonstrate to prospective clients and other attorneys that you are among the elite of the bankruptcy bar.
BEWARE: the 250-question exam is difficult, demanding, and frustrating. Much like the bar exam, not everyone will pass. Anticipate taking the exam over several days/weeks — the website will remember your answers so you do NOT have to complete the exam in one sitting. Note that the Academy has rescinded the requirement that the exam be completed within 10 days of the start date. Now you can take as long as needed to pass the exam. Take days, weeks, months if needed; the exam now fits into your busy professional schedule.
You have the ability to retake the exam if you fail (up to 100 times). Passing grade is 80%. The questions are true/false and multiple choice. No essay. You are allowed to consult your notes, all courses on this website, the Bankruptcy Code, the Bankruptcy Rules, and Attorney Schaller’s almost 354-page book titled A Lawyer’s Guide to Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Learning the Nuts and Bolts of Filing Your First Case.
National Bankruptcy Academy will provide a written certificate evidencing your accomplishment of earning the prestigious Bankruptcy Scholar certificate. The certificate is suitable for framing. You are urged to hang the certificate on your office wall next to your other licenses for prospective clients to admire. Best of all you can brag to your fellow attorneys!!!!
250-Question Bankruptcy Scholar Certificate Exam
Tax LawThe Bankruptcy Scholar Certification Exam is a difficult test. But passing the exam is a marketing plus. It indicates to prospective clients a level of competency.