Do you feel like you are hanging by a thread trying to master the MBEs? If so, it is pretty normal. But, it means you need to change things up.
I have posted my MBE Attack Plan previously, but I want to share it again. I first posted this in 2007, the first year I started writing this blog.
I have also included an approach for making MBE flash cards. Please note: I no longer recommend the Finz MBE books. My preference for my students is to work from actual NCBE MBEs. While the questions do change, the facts that give rise to a “taking by force” to support a robbery are always the same. This is why it is so important to use only the NCBE MBEs in your studies.
I hope this helps you!
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This one day session is perfect for pulling things together in time for the February 2020 bar exam. Plus, you get my detailed essay predictions (it has been five for five for the last four bar rounds), Selected essays and answers that represent examples of the predictions, The Digging Deeper into the Bar Exam series (additional study tips and advice), online access to selected videos, a ten day study plan for the last ten days before the bar exam AND I will answer any questions you have by email.
If you have any questions about the MBE Attack plan or our upcoming Bar Exam Cram Session, feel free to leave me a comment here on my blog, or send me an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
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All the best in your studies for the February 2002 Bar Exam!
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