Inevitably, I field many questions this time of the year from people studying for bar exams asking me what subjects they can expect to see on essays. As I've stated previously, I don't like to offer predictions as they are just that - predictions. I leave the prognosticating to others.
For the California bar exam, I like Dr. Dennis Saccuzzo's BarSecrets videos which can be found on YouTube. If nothing else, he gets you thinking about topics that may or may not appear on a bar exam essay. It's good exercise for your brain.
For Florida, I encourage examinees to review the immediately prior essays. At least one subject will make an appearance on the July bar exam.
However, if you want to safe and sure answer as to what to expect on bar exam essays, study professional responsibility and ethics. Both subjects appear on nearly every bar exam testing as either a main or secondary subject. The bar examiners want to know that you understand a lawyer's duties to their clients and the public. You can pretty much count on this being tested. Last year, California tested on the special duties of prosecutors in an essay. Most commercial outlines devote a a line or two to this topic. The point is: you cannot go wrong brushing up on your professional responsibility knowledge.