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Torts MBE Tip of the Day

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Torts MBE Tip of the Day

Welcome to our MBE tip of the day series. This “MBE tip of the day” post focuses on Torts MBE questions.

You will see 25 scored Torts MBE questions on the Multistate Bar Exam. In this post, we will review a torts 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.

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What Is It Like To Take The Uniform Bar Exam?

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What Is It Like To Take The Uniform Bar Exam?

What Is It Like To Take The Uniform Bar Exam?: If you just started your bar prep for the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) you may be a bit confused as to what all the anagrams mean. Even after you figure out what MBE, MPT, and MEE all stand for and what they entail you still are not given a breakdown of what it is like to take the Uniform Bar Exam.

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Looking for MBE Practice Questions?

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We get a lot of inquiries from people looking for MBE practice questions. Some of these students are first-time takers who are not happy with the questions offered by their commercial courses (and indeed most courses do not offer real MBE questions, so we can see why this is the case!). Some of these inquiries are from repeat takers who have exhausted many of the course-invented questions as well as the “better” MBE questions that are released by the National Conference of Bar Examiners.  Continue reading

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Civil Procedure MBE Tip of the Day

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Civil Procedure MBE Tip of the Day

Welcome to our MBE tip of the day series. This “MBE tip of the day” post focuses on Civil Procedure MBE questions.

You will see 25 scored civil procedure MBE questions on the Multistate Bar Exam. In this post, we will review a civil procedure 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.

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Three Common MBE Mistakes to Avoid

July 2017 Michigan Bar Exam ResultsThree Common MBE Mistakes to Avoid

In this post, we discuss three common MBE mistakes to avoid. These are MBE mistakes we see students make frequently. And by figuring out what they are at the beginning of your bar exam preparation, hopefully you can avoid them! Continue reading

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Evidence MBE Tip Of The Day

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Evidence MBE Tip of the Day

Welcome to our MBE tip of the day series. This “MBE tip of the day” post focuses on Evidence MBE questions. You will see 25 scored Evidence MBE questions on the Multistate Bar Exam.

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.

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I Failed The MBE. What Should I Do?

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I Failed The MBE. What Should I Do?

If you failed the MBE portion of the bar exam, you are certainly not alone. It is very common to fall short on the MBE, especially with recent MBE statistics which show the average MBE score is going down. Here, we discuss what to do if you failed the MBE portion of the bar exam.

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Failed the MBE? Check out our MBE course specifically for repeat takers!

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Failed the MBE? Check out our MBE course specifically for repeat takers!

It is disappointing to fail the bar exam, and extremely disappointing to fail the multistate bar exam (MBE) portion of the bar exam. The MBE portion is difficult to master and many students describe doing thousands of practice MBE questions but barely seeing their score increase.

A lot of students work “hard” but don’t study well. If you failed the MBE, it is time for a new approach! The good news is, we have helped hundreds of students dramatically improve their MBE scores. It takes hard work, a smart approach, and a willingness to step away from the approach that did not work for you the first time. We teach you this approach in our MBE course. Continue reading

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Evidence On The MBE: Key Topics

Evidence On The MBE

Evidence On The MBE: Key Topics

Similar to our MEE tips posts, in this new series we will be going through all of the MBE subjects and discussing some of the NCBE’s favorite topics.  Up next, we’re covering evidence on the MBE!  Out of the 175 scored multiple choice questions, you can expect to see 25 evidence ones.  The NCBE has broken down the subject into five categories of topics, with some being emphasized more than others.  Relevancy, hearsay, and presentation of evidence are the critical topics to understand as that’s where you can pick up the most points!

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Constitutional Law On The MBE: Key Topics

Constitutional Law On The MBE

Constitutional Law On The MBE: Key Topics

Similar to our MEE tips posts, in this new series we will be going through all of the MBE subjects and discussing some of the NCBE’s favorite topics.  Up next, we’re covering constitutional law on the MBE!  Out of the 175 scored multiple choice questions, you can expect to see 25 constitutional ones.  The NCBE breaks down the subject into four categories of topics, with one emphasized particularly heavily.  Overall, you can expect to see about half of the questions test individual rights, making this a critical topic to understand!

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Average MBE Score Drops to Record Low in February 2018

February 2018 Average MBE Score Drops to Record Low

According to recently released statistics by the Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners, the mean MBE scaled score for the total population for the February 2018 bar exam was 132.775.  This is a new record low in the history of MBE scores.

We have created two charts to illustrate this drop in MBE scores. The first chart shows you the data and exactly how the MBE score has dropped. We used the scale from 130 – 144, because those are scores that reflect passing MBE scores in virtually all of the fifty states. (Though Wisconsin does consider a 129 passing).

Mean MBE Scores for February Bar Exams

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In February 2017, everyone was concerned because the mean MBE score dropped to 134, which was the lowest it had been in the history of MBE scores. Now, we have reached a new low, literally, as the score goes down even further to a 132.7.  Continue reading

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Civil Procedure on the MBE: Key Topics

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Civil Procedure on the MBE: Key Topics

Similar to our MEE tips posts, in this new series we will be going through all of the MBE subjects and discussing some of the NCBE’s favorite topics.  Up next, we’re covering civil procedure on the MBE!  Out of the 175 scored multiple choice questions, you can expect to see 25 civil procedure ones.  The NCBE breaks down the subject into seven categories of topics, with three emphasized particularly heavily.  The other four have much less weight. Therefore, you shouldn’t stress over understanding every little detail about these topics as they will not get you as many points!

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Why You Should Use Real MBE Questions – And Why Many Commercial Courses Don’t Offer Them!

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Why You Should Use Real MBE Questions – And Why Many Commercial Courses Don’t Offer Them!

Many students wonder why they should use real MBE questions when Barbri, Kaplan, Themis, and several other courses make up their own. There are a few reasons that you should use real MBE questions. And before we address these reasons, let’s first define what we mean by “real” MBE questions.

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Torts on the MBE: Key Topics

Torts on the MBE

Torts on the MBE: Key Topics

Similar to our MEE tips posts, in this new series we will be going through all of the MBE subjects and discussing some of the NCBE’s favorite topics.  Up next, we’re covering torts on the MBE!  Out of the 175 scored multiple choice questions, you can expect to see 25 torts questions.  The NCBE breaks down the subject into four categories of topics. Overall, you can expect to see about half the questions test negligence, making this a critical topic to understand!

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