With one week to go until the bar exam, now is the time to maintain positivity and MEMORIZE law.
Now is a good time to fully commit yourself to understanding the difference between defamation concerning public and private figures or the types of easements. Or perhaps you're feeling a little uneasy in your understanding of character evidence. Whatever the case, now is the time for deep-thinking and memorization.
For those taking the Florida bar exam, you want to memorize as much Florida civil & criminal procedure as possible because you will see it on the Florida multiple choice on day one. Make flashcards to memorize the various timings of when to file various motions. Do whatever you need to rack up points. Remember that passing Florida essay answers possess good issue spotting and analysis.
If you are taking the California bar exam, memorize an attorney's duties as you can be sure to see professional responsibility/ethics on at least one essay. As for predictions of other subjects they will test, your guess is as good as mine. Just remember to type or write fast and cover as many issues as you can. Use IRAC or some modified version to work through each issue. On the performance tests, remember to follow the instructions and draft good headings. Try to avoid running out of time on the performance tests - many people fail to heed this advice.
At this point, doing hundreds of MBE questions is most likely of minimal value. You should be reviewing outlines and understanding nuances of black letter law. For example, the spousal immunity and marital communications privileges should be easily distinguishable for you at this point. Review your study materials in comparison to subject matter outline provided by the NCBE found here. Good luck in your last week of studies and contact us at orders@paullawbooks with any questions.