PMBR supplemental Bar Review
Size: 4.8 GB Type: eLearning
This bar review is probably from about 9 years ago. Conlaw and Crimpro will be somewhat different since USSC decisions affect these two areas. The rest of the topics do not change -- property, torts, evidence, and civil procedure (althoughthe civpro rules were rewritten three or four years ago for purposes of clarity). It is also possible that the method used to ask the questions on the bar exam has changed. Certainly we know that the pass rate has gone down recently.
Anyway with that said, this Bar Review will almost certainly be beneficial to you,
Here is the current PMBR blurb:
The MBE is a national, 6-hour, 200-question multiple-choice test. The MBE is divided into two 3-hour sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, with 100 questions in each session. It accounts for one full day of the bar exam and is required by every state, except Louisiana. In most states, the MBE accounts for 40-50% of your bar exam score. Nationally, 29% of all bar exam takers do not pass the exam. Many who fail miss getting a passing score by just a small margin.
You have an average of 1.8 minutes to answer each MBE question.
Answering a few extra MBE questions correctly can make the difference between passing and failing