despina wrote:Ok, I finally took the midterm and am totally perplexed by the lack of information about what the score actually means.
I understand the midterm is primarily a tool to diagnose what I need to work on, but I also really want to know, if I were to take the MBE today, where would I stand? I'm in a jurisdiction where the MBE is 50%, so would today's score put me in the "you'll probably pass if you don't mess up the essays too badly" category, or in the "you still need to kill the essays" category, or what?
How do people figure this out? I'm having trouble figuring out how to estimate how the raw score would translate into scaled score or percentile or anything useful at all.
We were told <100 you have a lot of work to do, 100-120 you're on target, >120 you're doing great but don't stop now. We were also told the average was 117.
I got a 112, but still haven't done anything for Civ Pro or Con Law, and those are the subjects I scored lowest in...so I feel OK about my performance. God help me for state shit, I haven't done a goddamn thing yet.