robinhoodOO wrote:LAW813FL wrote:robinhoodOO wrote:SiRR wrote:gabewatch wrote:underthirty wrote:fishy wrote:I could be wrong, but I thought the mbe practice q book is actual, previous mbe questions and the qbank is Kaplan created questions.
Nope. All questions are created by Kaplan.
So then does anyone know why there is a qbank and an mbe practice hardcopy book? And why they split the assignments up through them?
I believe the justification is to prepare for test day by practicing with paper/pencil. I find that rationale somewhat suspect. I mean, at this point, if you haven't figured out how to properly bubble a scantron...
I would much rather have all the questions available on QBank - though I suppose it's helpful if you're somewhere without internet?
Maybe I'm weird, but I actually prefer the hardcopy. I seem to be able to focus better and have one less distraction (the PC).
With that said, I'd chime in that the quality of questions between the two does seem to be slightly different. I'm grading higher on the book MBE's, but this could just be because it's easier for me to focus.
I agree that it is easier to focus on the hardcopy questions. I do think they are the same types of questions, even though the QBank questions seem to be short novels sometimes. I guess it bodes well for the actual MBE that we focus better on the hardcopy tho, we won't be straining our eyes looking at computer screens all day.
Exactly--haha. Are you taking the FL bar then?
Yup, so even more MCQ's