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A Short & Happy Guide to Conquering the MBE, Paperback / softback Book

A Short & Happy Guide to Conquering the MBE Paperback / softback

Part of the Short & Happy Guides series

Paperback / softback


The Multistate Bar Exam is intimidating because it covers a wide array of subjects and because it is all multiple-choice questions.

If you feel overwhelmed by all the subjects and the nuances of them and have never liked multiple-choice questions, particularly in law school, then this book is precisely what you need. Practice multiple-choice questions can serve two purposes. The more common is that they allow you to have some sense of how you are doing-an assessment function. The less common but far more useful function is that they provide a structured study method for review of material. Few students use them that way, but those who do reap great rewards. This small volume will show you how to use practice multiple-choice questions to greatest advantage. That involves changing the way you approach those questions. Conquering the MBE gives you a step-by-step process for attacking every multiple-choice question in every MBE subject, with lots of examples. You will discover that most questions offer review of four concepts rather than just one, and they do so on concrete contexts, not in the abstract.

You will also discover that when you do this step-by-step review, one answer, and only one answer, is correct. The authors have tutored hundreds of law students in using the method presented. It works.