Is Kim Kardashian Ready to give up your dream of becoming a lawyer? The famous reality TV star apparently failed her first law exam and is thinking about it all again.
A little foretaste of the upcoming Keeping Up with the Kardashians Episode tells the mother of four disappoints her sisters Khloe and Kourtney that “I failed the baby bar”.
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Then she explains in a confessional that her own path to becoming a lawyer was very different from that of the average law student.
“If you go to law school like I do, it’s a 4 year program instead of your typical 3 year program. And after the first year you need to take the baby bar. That would actually be more difficult, I hear, than the official bar association. ‘
In a flashback, Kim’s mentor, attorney Jessica Jackson, explains that the KUWTK celebrity needs at least 560 points to pass this first year of law school.
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When Kim first took the test, she got a score of 474.
“That’s extremely close to a test that most people don’t take in the middle of a pandemic,” added Jackson.
Kim and the lawyer were first linked by CNN host Van Jones, who actually praises Kim for how well she is doing in her studies.
When he was on Ellen not long ago, he insisted, “I think she’s going to be an amazing lawyer. She’s already one of the best lawyers we have in the criminal justice system. ‘
In the preview, however, it looks like Kim was really negatively affected by failing the exam.
‘I am a loser. I was studying for 6 straight weeks, 10-12 hours a day, and it was really important for me to take that. And failing really gives you the courage and makes you give up. ‘
Kim’s sisters quickly praised and encouraged her for putting so much time and effort into this goal, but Kim pointed out that this is what bothers her most – that she has taken the time of her family and children by so much to learn and it was apparently for nothing.
Her next exam has been postponed sometime in June, so it won’t be long before Kim gives her another chance.
At the end of the day, however, she’s not so sure that she still wants to become a lawyer.
“I really have to think about it,” she admits.