So you’ve finally finished the bar exam. Here are six tips you can use to make the most out of your time as you anxiously await your bar exam results.
Recording acts consistently appear on the MBE®, but the bar examiners rarely tell you which act has been adopted in a particular jurisdiction. Instead, they give you language from the act and leave it to you to figure out which type of recording act you’re dealing with.
Roughly half of the Constitutional Law questions on the MBE® are focused on individual rights—particularly equal protection. Students and practitioners alike struggle to spot equal protection issues and apply the appropriate standard of review. Here is an easy 4-step process to tackle nearly any equal protection question you encounter on the bar exam.
Here are some bar exam tips on what you should do in the last week of bar prep to boost your confidence, reduce your stress, and help you ace the bar exam.
We all know how to use the word “intent” in ordinary conversation: “I didn’t intend to sleep in; I just didn’t set my alarm.” But the ‘lawyer response’ would be: “Of course you did! By not setting your alarm, you knew you wouldn’t wake up early.”
Preparing for the bar exam is stressful, so it’s critical to find ways to relax. Here are a few effective ways to treat yourself as the bar approaches.
As the bar exam draws nearer, it’s reasonable to be concerned about your MBE performance. Here are some ways you can improve your score and performance.
Bar prep is a marathon, not a sprint. But how do you stay consistent? These tips can help you stay motivated and avoid burnout as you race toward exam day.
The MBE can account for up to 50% of your total bar exam score. Here are some strategies you can use to ace multiple-choice questions on the MBE.