BAR EXAM REVIEW
MASTER THE MULTISTATE
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Excellent self-study materials for the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE). Identify the issues, elements and definitions while increasing your recall ability.
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The day before the exam, relax. Pack ID, pencils, pens, a mini clock, ear plugs, a sweatshirt, a pillow to sit on, and a snack.
Do not talk with other bar candidates before, during or after the bar exam. Others could make you nervous. Leave your friends at home.
After each exam day, eat a balanced meal, relax and get a good night sleep. Jurisdictions with 3 days test endurance. Sleep is essential.
You must respond to each question. Do not leave any item blank on the exam.
Read and understand the question carefully!! This is your most critical task. Answering the Question asked is your second most important task.
Before writing, adhere to the exam instructions. Understand the legal relationships between the parties. Know the issues presented. Organize. Circle words, phrases, adverbs, adjectives, dates, names, numbers, percentages, amounts of money, and places that may generate issues. Never assume additional facts unless you are specifically directed to do so.
BREAK IT DOWN
Present separate headers whenever possible for ease of reading and grading.
Do not repeat presumed facts or uncontroverted evidence. Stick to the facts and circumstances presented. Incorporate relevant facts in your answer. You may want to follow a chronological sequence or proceed according to transaction. When appropriate, discuss procedures and remedies, as well as legal rights and liabilities.
MANAGE YOUR TIME
Allocate your time. Do not let yourself give any question more time than any other question. All essays are given equal weight unless otherwise stated. Look at how many parties are involved in the question presented to guide you in determining the number of issues you will need to address.
Keep your answer neat, concise and organized. Legibility is important. Use irac if helpful: identify issues...state applicable legal rule relating to the issue...analyze law and facts relevant to the issue...conclude.
For essays, only write on the right-hand side of the exam book. If you use a second book for one answer then write "book one" at the bottom of the first exam book & "book two" at the top of the second exam book.
DON'T WASTE TIME ON UNNECCESARY DETAILS
Do not write case names or statute numbers in your essays.
Be able to define key legal terms: merchant, notice, bona fide purchaser for value, cover, marketable title, consideration, etc.
Don?t leave your common sense at the door.
If you get ill before or during the exam, after the exam, grab a bite to eat, try to take a steam and get as much rest as possible. Bring kleenex and throat lozenges because you will not want to waste time finding those items during an exam break.
Know when you walk in the exam that you will pass because you are prepared and well rested.
If you can, sleep at a hotel in close proximity to the exam. Traffic early morning and evening is unpredictable. Every moment is critical. Treat yourself to additional time and relaxation.
Before and after the bar exam, treat yourself to something special.
Go back and read these tips. They are part of your preparation to pass the bar exam.
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