We have a practice Multistate Essay Exam (MEE) that is specifically geared toward July 2018 bar exam takers. We base it off of highly tested issues, including some areas of law we think could be coming up on the exam. It is a mixed exam composed of questions that date from 2003 to 2015. It is set up so that the questions are labeled by number (Question 1, Question 2, etc.) rather than by subject, just like the real multistate essay exam. Continue reading
If you are looking for a great way to improve your MEE score, you are not alone. In this post, we give you some excellent MEE tips to improve your score. These are tips that are based on hundreds of hours of working with students and reading hundreds of actual graded MEE answers. Continue reading
In this post, we discuss some common bar exam essay mistakes that we see examinees make. We have been reviewing student answers from the February 2018 multistate essay exam (MEE) and we have seen the same mistakes being made repeatedly. We see these mistakes made every administration! So, we will discuss some of these common bar exam essay mistakes and how to avoid them. Continue reading
A lot of soon-to-be bar exam takers ask us how many essays they should practice before the bar exam. Some examinees do not practice any essays before they take the bar exam (and some of these examinees still pass the exam!) Here, we tell you our advice on how many essays you should practice before the bar exam. Continue reading
In this post, we discuss a quick and efficient multistate essay exam approach! Whether you are beginning to study for the multistate essay exam (MEE) or whether you have been looking at multistate essay exams essays for a while now, it is never too late to polish your approach to the MEE! Continue reading
Our Multistate Essay Exam one-sheets are updated for the July 2018 multistate essay exam. They are updated to reflect exactly what was tested on the February 2018 bar exam as well as other bar exam. Here are some recent testimonials from February 2018 bar exam takers. Continue reading
A Beginner’s Guide to the Multistate Essay Exam
If you are just beginning your bar prep, you may wonder what the multistate essay exam is and how to approach it. In this post, we give you a “beginner’s” guide to the multistate essay exam. We tell you what the multistate essay exam is, tips for how to approach it, and how it differs from law school exams.
A Handy Multistate Essay Exam Template For Beginners
Writing six essays in three hours can be a daunting task. A multistate essay template makes it less daunting, especially when you are just starting out and getting a hang of writing essays for the multistate essay exam. Having a multistate essay exam template helps you remember all the necessary steps in stating a rule, applying it, and drawing a conclusion. It also gives you the added boost of confidence know that you know how to write your essays to get the maximum amount of points.
Accuracy of JD Advising’s February 2018 MEE Seminar Predictions
Below we discuss the accuracy of JD Advising’s February 2018 MEE Seminar predictions. We also note which issues surprised us! Overall, we are please to report that many of our predictions for the February 2018 Uniform Bar Exam were completely accurate.
July 2018 UBE Predictions
July 2018 UBE Predictions: Are you wondering what might be tested on the July 2018 Uniform Bar Exam (UBE)? We are too! We have created our own July 2018 UBE predictions. Below are the essay subjects and MPTs that we think are coming up, primarily based on past MEE and MPT questions.
July 2018 MEE Predictions: Are you curious as to what might be tested on the July 2018 Multistate Essay Exam (MEE)? We are as well! We have created our own July 2018 MEE predictions. Below are the essay subjects that we think are coming up, primarily based on past MEE questions.
Accuracy of JD Advising’s MEE One-sheets On February 2018 Uniform Bar Exam
Below we discuss the accuracy of JD Advising’s MEE one-sheets as they pertain to the issues tested on the February 2018 Uniform Bar Exam. Overall, we are please to report that many of our predictions for the February 2018 Uniform Bar Exam were included in our MEE One-Sheets!
What Is The Average MEE Score I Need To Pass?
When many students start studying for the bar exam, it’s difficult for them to judge their own work, especially when they practice for the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE). Often, we’re asked what score students need to make sure they pass the MEE portion of the exam. In this post, we go over what average MEE score you need to pass!
MEE Grading Rubric
MEE Grading Rubric: Are you ready to start practicing for the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE), but need to find some way to score your essays? In this post, we use Washington State Bar Association’s MEE grading rubric to help you in this task! Then, we’ll give you are thoughts on how to write a high-scoring MEE answer. So, read further for more details!
We answer this question every bar exam and this bar exam is no exception! Many students, despite their best efforts and their best practice at time management, will miss a question on the MEE (the multistate essay exam). Then they get anxious and spend several weeks worrying about it before getting bar exam results! In this post, we break down the math, and we tell you why missing a question on the MEE does not mean you failed the bar exam.