HopefulSara101 wrote: pra61391 wrote: batmanandbaybreezes wrote:
pra61391 wrote:No, I didn't spend too much time on MEE/MPT. I blame 25. Like I said more experimental question makes it harder to score high, but it also makes it harder to score low. It is the trick NCBE use trying to boost median score.
Gotcha. That certainly seems unfair to F17 takers who are banking on a high MBE to boost their score. Damn NCBE...
No one should bank on anything. It's the bar, lol
Well, if you're aware of your strengths and weaknesses, you should be able to know the areas which give you a higher likelihood of success
AHH yes BUT you also have to be careful to nurture all areas. Myself included have gotten caught up in %s of things and focused on areas over other areas and felt the effects. It is a tricky game to play. Best thing is to let a bar course navigate your commitment to time in areas. My humble opinion.
I completely agree. However, I bombed the J16 MPTs, so I felt obligated to pay a bit more attention to that area of the test while studying this time around. Of course, that doesn't mean that I neglected my other areas of study.
Thank you, though. This is solid advice for someone who's studying for the bar for the first time!