AntiHuman wrote:I'm in a huge dilemma...I've only done 120-150 MBE questions per MBE subject and i've only outlined 2-3 PT's and read through another 2 PT's. I have done extensive black letter law review on the MBE subjects(but I have barely fully written out any MBE essays...i've only done maybe 6-8 practice essays total and JUST read informally through about 30 MBE essays to get an idea on format)
The real catch:I've done absolutely NOTHING for the non-mbe CA subjects except watch the lectures. I have done absolutely no practice essays. For the remaining days left I plan to do the following:
1. 200 MBE questions as a final review and to get an idea of how I'll do on the actual test
2. simulate 1 PT fully and outline 2 more PT's
3. What non mbe CA subjects should I focus on in the last 4 days(plan to study thurs,fri,sat,sun, mon)...I really didnt wanna study substantive law on sunday/monday, but im screwed and need to get exposed to as many non mbe subjects as possible. Which subjects should I review and how should I review them with the barbri materials in the fastest and most efficient way possible.
I'd probably mostly punt Civ Pro and Agency/Partnerships. Read the outlines really quickly, learn the 10 buzzwords and 2-3 tests for A/P and some jx review for Civ Pro. I'd probably do a decent focus on wills/trusts/community property, and maybe a quick couple of hours on the CA Evidence distinctions. Then I'd hammer the Professional Responsibility rules.
*Full disclosure: This is because I think there's a very strong chance of some wills/trusts question, and almost certainly a PR question (at least half of one). I could be super wrong and there could be Civ Pro, Bus Ass'ns, and Remedies. And then I'll fail the Bar, because I know very, very little on these subjects.