If either or both our property charts and evidence flow chart have been helpful or useful, please take the time to visit our Twitter @ubestudying to vote in our poll on which mbe topic study aid will be posted next! If you do not like the 4 options, either tweet at me, direct message me, or reach me on instagram or via our contact page! Happy studying!
Good Afternoon All,
Below I have attached two image versions of the hearsay flowchart I created today; initially a friend was supposed to do it, but he incorporated state law distinctions which made it very lengthy and more complicated than what UBE takers need. As always, feel free to contact me (or a member of our little team here) with questions, comments, concerns, requests, etc., via the Contact Page or via our instagram (ubestudying) or Twitter @UBEstudying.
The reason for the two images is that one seems to show color better than the other, but I also have them in two different sizes. If you are saving and printing, just make sure to select the “fit to page” option 🙂
To my dear fellow Bar Examinees and Followers:
I wanted to provide a belated update on my last post. Last week I became quite sick and subsequently fell slightly behind in my personal study schedule, which is why the study aids (the charts and diagrams mentioned in my last post have yet to be uploaded. However, rest assured that I am rapidly catching up and fully intend on getting them to you in the near future! For the time being, please know that some of our other contributors are working on other charts and diagrams. I know one person is doing a criminal law chart that starts with Specific vs. General Intent and Strict liability and flows on from there, and another person is wading through the waters of hearsay and its exceptions. Please accept my apologies and stay tuned! Also, make sure to learn from my mistake and get enough sleep before you get sick! Happy Studying and do not forget to download our property charts if you have not already done so. If you are in stress/panic mode or significantly behind, it may be a good idea to look into our post on Critical Pass Flashcards and/or Studicata if you need to drill and memorize rules.
Earlier this week, we posted about Critical Pass and their website, flashcards, sale and so forth and provided a discount code for their product. Studicata focuses on the UBE/MEE versions of the Bar Exam. Learn more about their materials and study methods on their Homepage and see whether you feel it is the right method for you.
At the bottom of their homepage, you can also download a free PDF of the 120 most tested rules per topic. Alternatively, you can click here and simply select your jurisdiction, allow for the page to redirect, enter your e-mail, and that’s it!
The folks over at Studicata were kind enough to provide us with a discount code that is good for a 20% discount off any purchase. The discount code is UBESTUDYING to reflect our twitter and instagram usernames and reiterate what we should all be doing 😉 Alternatively, the discount code AB1045 can be used to help reimburse a fellow UBE taker for his cost in purchasing the program (and he assures us that he would be happy to review the product for future exam takers)!
Happy studying and feel free to provide feedback on Studicata!