Some students struggle with fatigue when they are completing MBE questions. You may struggle with fatigue if: Continue reading
If you are looking for some last minute tips for the MPT, you are not alone! Here, we tell you how to maximize your time so you can still get the highest score possible on the MPT — even if you are studying at the last minute. Continue reading
February 2018 LSAT Logic Games Predictions
It’s less than a week before the February 2018 LSAT! Most students are most likely fine tuning their approach this week. However, any outside help is usually appreciate. We have you covered! In this post, we reveal our February 2018 LSAT Logic Games predictions!
Welcome to our MBE tip of the day series. This “MBE tip of the day” post focuses on Evidence. You will see 25 scored Evidence MBE questions on the Multistate Bar Exam. In this post, we will review an Evidence question together. Note that we have posted several MBE tips (which you can find links to at the bottom of this post) that focus on a specific multiple-choice question that many students answer incorrectly. If you can master these questions, it could increase your MBE score by that many points if you see any of these issues tested again (which, by the way, you will!). These posts of MBE tips and tricks will not only cover substantive law but also strategy. So each “MBE tip of the day” post covers one highly-tested area of substantive law as well as an important MBE strategy. You can sign up to receive these posts directly to your inbox for the upcoming administration at the bottom of this page. Continue reading
We have countless students who reach out to us right around now for last minute bar exam tutoring. Some students need to clarify certain concepts. Others need feedback on writing or help with specific skills. If you are looking for last minute bar exam tutoring, we are happy to help you. Continue reading
The MPRE is broken down into several sections. Each MPRE topic is allocated a certain amount of weight. You can see the MPRE topics and the percentage that each one is worth below. The MPRE schedule that we made is divided into five parts. You will cover roughly 25% of the potentially covered material in the first four parts. The last part of your MPRE study schedule consists of taking a practice exam composed of released questions and continuing memorization. Continue reading
In this post, we cover 5 small tips to make a big difference in your multistate essay exam (MEE) score. These tips are”small” cosmetic tips or things to keep in mind as you are trying to polish your multistate essay exam answers!
The MPT (multistate performance test) is offered in several jurisdictions, including Uniform Bar Exam jurisdictions. The MPT requires you to complete a lawyerly task, like a persuasive brief or objective memorandum, in 90 minutes. In some jurisdictions it is worth 10% of your score. In Uniform Bar Exam jurisdictions, it is worth 20% of your score. That is the equivalent of 70 multiple-choice questions if you are in a UBE jurisdiction! Thus, it is crucial to take the MPT seriously and prepare well for it. In this post, we tell you how to pass the MPT. Continue reading
Understanding a Passing MBE Score
Starting bar exam prep comes with lots of questions. A common question many have is what is a passing MBE score. This depends on your jurisdiction! In this post, we give you a general understanding of the MBE, how it is scored, and what you need to score to in order to pass.
It is no secret that we are fans of the Strategies and Tactics 6th Edition book. We purchase it for all of our course students as it is a fantastic and affordable source for released questions. However, the book does have some flaws. In this post we give an honest review of the Strategies and Tactics 6th Edition, and list the pros and cons of purchasing the book. Continue reading
When Will February 2018 New York Bar Exam Results be Released?
February 2018 New York bar exam results should be released around the end of April or beginning of May. (Our formal prediction is Thursday, April 26, but it really could be anytime at the end of April or beginning of May)
For the February 2017 New York Bar Exam, we predicted results would be released on April 25 and they were in fact released then!
Law Review: Advantages and Disadvantages
When it comes time to choosing an extracurricular program in law school, students should consider law review. Read further to see the positives and negatives!
Tips for Wills on the Multistate Essay Exam
This time in our MEE tips series we address Wills. When thinking about Wills on the Multistate Essay Exam, you should consider two questions: how is it tested, and how often is it tested? In the last 10 years (20 administrations), we’ve seen Wills on the Multistate Essay Exam 9 times. However, like Trusts, it is not appearing as frequently as of late. Since February 2013, we have only seen Wills on the Multistate Essay Exam 3 times. While it might be becoming less popular, it is still a viable option for testing, so don’t dismiss it!
How Many Times Can I Take The LSAT?
LSAC changed it’s policy on how many times a person can take the LSAT, effective for the September 2017 administration. However, news seems to travel slow in the LSAT world. We’ve run into many students who still aren’t aware! So, in this post, we go over these changes for those who missed this the first time around!
The best MEE strategy involves a sharp focus on the highly tested areas of law as well as developing a strategy and a way of practicing that helps you improve your multistate essay exam score quickly and efficiently. This is the strategy that our tutor, Meagan, used to score in the 99th percentile on the MEE. Here we tell you our 5-part MEE strategy that will help you conquer the MEE. Continue reading