uncleharry wrote:Bad in the sense that, if you hit the average on the MBE and it's low - as in, below 140 - and you do equally well (average) on the essays (which are scaled to the MBE) you fail.
Good in the sense that, we have a damn good idea of what at least 4-5 of the essay subjects will be.
What 4-5 do you mean/how do we know that?
kandi007 wrote:Does anyone know of a place where I can get short answer questions to work on?
My materials had some, but I worked through all of the real property ones (all 5 of them, 3 out of 5 correct) and I am a repetition type of person. The more I answer the better I will feel, especially since I didn't take classes like Wills and Trusts and I went to school out of state.shaynislegend wrote:What are the essay topics that are most likely other than civil procedure? I've read something like Ks, property, professional responsibility, wills, crim, and family law.
The Barbri essay workshop basically said those that you pointed out I think. I had it printed out but left it in my office - I can check tomorrow and update you with the exact answer if no one else has by then.
Is it these?