EAsports wrote:Florida Multiple Choice. Am I right that each MC question is roughly worth 3 essay points?
For Barbrians, to what extent are ya'll going beyond the lecture handouts for Corps, Wills, Partnerships, Civ Pro, and Crim Pro? I get the feeling that knowing cold only the handouts may not be enough to grab at least 22 points out of a possible 30 for each subject area. And that assumes you know the handouts COLD. Thoughts?
EDIT: Forgot to add that the Florida FLT book MC clearly includes answers and explanations not covered by the handouts. How safe are we sticking only to the handouts? What are peoples approach here?
I am drilling the FLT MC answers and explanations. Looking at the FL Bar study guide and talking to FL admitted attorneys I think that drilling the MCs (as well as knowing the handouts cold) especially for Crim Pro-Civ Pro-Judicial Administration-Evidence-Wills-BEs is the best way to make sure you rack up the requisite points for MCs.
It'll be totally insane and weird and unpleasant in my humble opinion if they throw something else in MCs, it's just gotta be Evidence, Wills, and/or BE along with the procedure segments. Not that I won't do my best to be prepared for everything.