Lisa Duncanson at Bar None Review is going to help me figure out what's wrong with my writing. I like her style because she's not trying to make me completely change my writing to fit what she understands to be what the Bar is looking for. Her plan is to leverage my strengths, eliminate my weaknesses, and guide me towards a writing structure and presentation style that will consistently earn me a passing score.
As we work through this I'll get additional objective feedback from BarGraders.com.  I'll combine Lisa's feedback with the comments I get from BarGraders' to fine tune my answers. [/edit]
It sounds great at this early date. So far, so good.
For MBEs, I liked the Emanuel program when I used them for the July exam and they helped me get thirteen more questions correct than I did on the February exam.
Regarding the Performance Exams, I'm just going to have to read and outline as many as I can. I don't think any remedial program is going to address my problem there, which I perceive to be simply a matter of inexperience. More exposure is the key, even if I do think it's indecent.
I've begun to integrate the stress reducing audio program into my down time. Time will tell how effective it will be, but I have high hopes for the content developed by the ladies over at PowerDreams. Especially because much of it is personalized, similar to the programs developed by good hypnotists. The difference with this program is that it's much more bar-exam specific.
I've posted links to Lisa's BarNoneReview and to the PowerDreams site on the blog. They're not exactly ads because I don't get click-through compensation. And they didn't ask for the space, I went to them and asked for permission to give them a plug. When they agreed, up they went. Check 'em out if you're interested.