I admit that I may have missed either of these topics being addressed because there were a lot of posts since my last visit, but:
errmsg wrote: RaleighStClair wrote:
charlesxavier wrote:For some reason my 5th edition of Emanuel didn't come with the card for civ pro questions. Anyone care to explain, if possible, why they're harder than barbri? I'm worried that they're going to hurt me on the real thing.
Same... I bought mine used and the code didn't work. A little worried about being underprepared for civ pro questions.
I've done a couple of these and they do seem harder.. a bit hard to explain why though. In general, the questions seem longer and the jurisdiction questions seem to hinge on smaller issues that weren't tested frequently in the BarBri Civ Pro questions.
Have you done the 10 NCBE sample questions. They're easier, IMO, than Barbri. That said, they are different. There was one person reporting that the actual game day questions seemed harder than these samples, but who knows.https://www.ncbex.org/pdfviewer/?file=% ... ument%2F16
ohhoney wrote: mr.hands wrote:
Good Guy Gaud wrote:I don't think PSP count includes the simulated MBE/refresher/practice MBE/half day MBE, right?
Right, almost positive that they don't
Wait whaaaat?! Can anyone authenticate this? If it's true, I'm gonna have so much joy.
I've done all the assigned sets so far which is seven of sets 1-5 and three of set 6 (684), all online. Plus I've done the full day, the refresher, and two mixed sets (400). The Barbri progress page shows me as having done 671, which, while an odd number that doesn't fully make sense, would point to the progress counter only counting the subject sets of 18 and not the mixed sets, practice, or refresher.