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Can This Dispute Be Heard in This Court?: Your Three-Step Approach to Civ Pro MBEs

On the MBE, most Civ Pro questions draw from three fundamental concepts, which form the starting point for almost any Civ Pro analysis. Below we break down what you need to know to put yourself in a position to pass.

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Guest Writer: This Is What Progress Looks Like

I keep reminding myself that progress doesn't always mean that I get all of the answers right or that I get perfect scores on my practice essays. Progress is made when I learn from my mistakes and increase my score bit by bit.

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Guest Writer: I Feel Lost

I feel lost as of now. There seem to be so many things going on with bar review, and on top of that, I have some family problems going on. On top of this, I still do not have a full-time employment opportunity, so my motivation is down.

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Guest Writer: May the Force Be With Us

Bar prep is in full swing. Morning classes are on and everyone is trying to stay on top of their daily assignments.

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Here's Your Go-To Strategy for Approaching Any Evidence Question

Many test takers worry about evidence questions on the MBE—but it turns out that with a solid approach, evidence can be one of the most straightforward subjects on the exam.

Here’s a six-step approach to use when tackling evidence questions on the MBE.

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Guest Writer: Worried About Burn Out

It just all seems so overwhelming to me that I am worried I might burn out. My goal is to become an attorney and so I will put in my best effort.

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The Failsafe Way to Analyze Contracts Questions

When it comes to answering contracts questions on the MBE, you'll have a lot of success if you use a systematic approach. Below we’ve outlined a few tips on how to read contracts questions, followed by a substantive analytical approach for tackling them.

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