Today I want to talk about the Multistate Bar Exam, or MBE. When I think about the MBE, and what you need to know to prepare for it, a number of basic tenets come to mind. Chances are that you have already heard at least a few of these rules before, and rightfully so. But there may be some that you have not. Being my first post on the MBE, I will begin with the most basic of tip, and move on from there in my series of MBE posts.
The most basic rule about preparing for the MBE is that you must do a lot of practice questions to get good at the MBE. A good rule of thumb is to do a minimum of 1,200 practice MBEs by the time you sit for the bar. 2,000 MBEs
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