Having a decent grasp on the MBE subjects, I'm now making the shift towards focusing on the essays for the Indiana Bar, and was wondering what's the best way to be familiar enough with the 14 subjects to have a decent try at passing. Realistically, I don't think I will be able to be a master in all of the subjects. I know some aren't tested as often, but based on Barbri's sheet of past essays there is no real predictor of what to expect.
I know the MPT also counts for 20% and was wondering how much time I should allot to studying for that as well in comparison to the essays. Any advice from past test takers would be greatly appreciated!
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