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ok2bedifferent wrote:Can anyone recommend a study aid for the MPRE? How did you study for the test? Any tips for test day? Thank you
The MPRE is possibly the easiest test you will take/have taken in many years. Any idiot can pass (Scored a 118 with less than 4 hours of prep). Snag one of the study guides that either Pieper Bar Review or Barbri passes out and go with that. If you cannot pass the test after a quick read - rethink your life.
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If you can't get an old supplement, just find a decent PR outline (like one that is 25 pages max). Study it for 2 hours on Wednesday and 3-4 hours Thursday. Take the test Friday and never think about it again.
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All the people who post about how easy this test is are wrong. The MPRE is a difficult, tricky test and deserves respect and a decent amount of study. I found it easier than the MPE, but ONLY because it is shorter. I took the Kaplan course in May, also studies PR as part of the overall Barbri course, and then before the Aug 2011 test, studied the Barbri PR materials for one week solid. Don't be complacent.