Survey/Poll – Last Chance!

Hi Folks!
Last week I posted an anonymous survey/poll and was hoping for more responses so that I could do a post on what the data indicates and it is also set for results to be viewable (by you) upon completion. It’s just 3 questions and again, anonymous. The data I am trying to get is where I should focus study aids and strategies or tips on MBE topic-wise, confidence level at ROUGHLY the halfway mark, and % complete at this point. In other words, the questions are which MBE topic you worry about most, selecting a range for your % complete, and choosing an answer to describe your confidence level.

Currently (and surprisingly) Constitutional Law is the most “worriesome” topic for the MBE thus far; I thought it would be property and/or evidence, which are in 2nd and 3rd place. The survey link is https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X5Y8GMJ or can be found in my original post Here

Keep studying!

The California Bar Exam

For any bar examinees taking the California Bar, there is little advice I can provide outside the MBE portion of the exam, but I CAN give recommendations as to where you should look. Studicata covers California, so provided the California materials are equal in quality to their UBE/NY product, it truly is a helpful system and an updated review is forthcoming.

Additionally, I wanted to share that I stumbled upon another bar exam blogger focused on California, and she seems to be just what her website says: a bar exam guru. Her archives stretch back to 2007, she has free resources and – it appears – a study system. Along with blogging regularly, there are templates, predictions, information about the bar exam, and so forth. You can find her blog (followed by almost 9,000 people) Here!

Coming Soon

Hi Law Students and Bar Examinees,

In the coming week I plan on updating my Studicata Product Review, as I have been given access to their July product and there are some nice new features, bonuses, and price changes. Similarly, I have received two requests: a flowchart on Jurisdiction for Civil Procedure and a condensed outline for – wait for it – Civil Procedure. Look for that material towards the end of next week/beginning of June. I generally take requests in 3’s to prevent overloading myself, so if you have a request on any (for now, MBE) topic, get it in via comments, my contact page, facebook, or twitter quickly!

Happy Thursday/Happy Studying!

Requests

A quick post:

If anyone has requests for a visual study aid such as a flow chart or diagram or want memory devices or strategies that I have created for myself, simply contact me on twitter, my website (here via the contact page), or facebook. Additionally, please note that I will be updating my review on Studicata to reflect bonus content that they are offering as well as their new price point for this season, which is lower than the review currently lists.

Also, please let me know if any current uploads are unclear. I have been told that one or two are fuzzy but I was also told by some people that experiences that on our “study materials” section were able to get the material in a clearer former via my original blog post. If both are showing up as fuzzy for you, let me know.

Happy Studying!