always_raining wrote:I have found several questions that list incorrect explanations, including in essay questions. For example, several questions (one so far in property and one in civil procedure) states something like "if all of the defenses asserted are true, which of the following provides the best defense"? and then the explanation says one of the answers is NOT correct (though would be the best defense if it were true). WTH! Am I supposed to assume the answers are true or not?
Also, civil procedure is filled with errors. I hate it. One civil procedure essay question states that both parties must be the same or in privity for issue preclusion to apply, which is just wrong. Another MBE question said that taxpayers don't have standing to challenge specific congressional appropriation under the establishment clause because those claims aren't ripe (which — I dunno, maybe is true — but at this point I'm so suspicious that I have no idea!).
Was the MBE question in Civ Pro too? I haven't started Con Law yet, but "standing", "ripeness", and "congress" are definitely Con Law terms