This makes no sense. First of all who said they only test three subjects per segment? Even if that were the case there's nothing stopping them from testing more. They set the rules and the rules are changing as evidenced from recent prior exams. It's impossible to predict what will be tested and how, but it's false to suggest a subject must be tested a certain way. Anything is fair game, within reason. If tested, I think there's a good chance it's tested with Fl Crim Pro MC but it might also be as an essay subject.
You're wrong and I didn't suggest it would be tested in a certain way, i.e. MC or essay, just that it would count as a subject. They won't go against their own rules, unless they change the rules prior to the exam. They said it (below), plus I called them last month. They do "have a private formula." What we get to learn is that there are 6 segments and no more than 3 subjects per segment, etc, etc. How the segments are divided is the question. From what I gathered it was 3 on MC and 3 on Essay - which I hate to break it to you, makes perfect sense. So as I said before, Juvi would be it's own subject (in my opinion) and could, within their rules, fit into MC segment #2 or #3. This is a dumb discussion though because by their rules they could hit us with 9 different subjects on the MC and 18 different subjects all together. We know they won't, but we also know to study all the damn material. Furthermore, I called to figure out how many subjects, as defined by them, we are responsible for and when I said 17 she said that sounded correct. Go figure. In reality, it's more like 18-19.
"The General Bar Examination consists of two parts: Part A and Part B. Part A consists of three hours spent answering essay questions and three hours of 100 multiple-choice questions. Florida Rules of Civil and Criminal Procedure and the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration 2.330, 2.420, 2.505, and 2.515 comprise one segment. The remaining five segments, each of which will embrace no more than three subjects, are selected from the following subjects, including their equitable aspects:....."