The MBE isn’t just a mixed bag of questions. It’s actually not even an evenly distributed bag of questions.
There are some topics that are tested disproportionately and more frequently on the MBE! Not all questions are equally important.
💡 There are just THREE highest-priority topics…
💡 These top 3 tested topics EACH account for over a whopping 7% of your score (over 21% total)!
💡 What can you do with the lower-priority topics?
But these takeaways are not that obvious if you simply skim through the NCBE’s subject matter outline. The language isn’t as clear or intuitive. Let’s break this down into charts so we can visualize it better.
Continue reading “Biggest Areas of the MBE to Focus On (Highly Tested Topics)”
Someone wrote in to ask about improving his low MBE score:
“Hope all is well with you. It has been awhile since we last spoke. Unfortunately, I was not able to pass the bar. It was quite a horrible moment.
If possible, I wanted to get your thoughts on how to effectively study for the MBE? I scored between 55%-60% [on practice sets]. However, I did very poorly on the day of the exam. The questions were much harder than expected. I’ve come to realize the multiple choice is a weak spot for me more than the essays right now. Just needed a bit of your guidance on how to study for them. In addition, how should really repeaters now study for the bar?”
Here’s my pointed answer:
Continue reading “Underutilized Strategies for Fixing a Poor MBE Score”
“I failed the bar exam.”
“I wish I passed the bar exam.”
Powerful realities that no amount of Law of Attraction could reshape and manifest.
It feels like the end of the world. You’re too depressed to do anything. You feel like there’s no solution.
Regretful, helpless, ashamed, depressed, frustrated, indignant, unable to fight fate like your favorite superhero. You want to punch yourself instead.
People who don’t understand say:
This is just a test.
This is just a person.
This is just a random photo.
But this is an important test.
But they were an important person you invested all your heart and effort to.
But it was an important memento infused with memories and sentiments.
Continue reading ““I failed the bar exam. How can I possibly recover? What is left for me?””