I have done 362 Qbank questions, 69% right so far. I'm 5 days behind on the lectures. The person with 700 Qs / 67% / caught up on lecture should be fine. Has to be fine because I'm not allowing myself to even come close to panicking yet.
EZ as AsDf wrote:For MBEs, do you guys map out the question or write anything down? What text do you circle or underline? An average length question takes me about 1:20 to read, leaving me about a half minute to reason out the question. Any advice on getting through these faster?
I try to first look to the call to figure out what type of question it is (obviously this only sometimes works). For civ pro questions involving any kind of jurisdiction I always map it out (write down P v D, any other parties and where they fit, location of event, location of suit, everybody's citizenship, amount in controversy). I'm not usually writing anything down for other questions, other than occasionally mapping out complex evidence questions (are we in criminal / civil, where in the litigation are we, who is offering the statement, what are we trying to prove...).