blaze1306 wrote: happyhour1122 wrote: blaze1306 wrote:
blaze1306 wrote:I am looking for a UBE study partner. I anticipate beginning to study again for the July exam next week.
Ok so I got a little more information on my Feb exam and this is why I need a study partner. It is apparent I have NO IDEA WHAT I AM DOING!
MEE 1: Contracts-3
MEE 2: Trust and Future Interest-2
MEE 3: Family Law and Conflicts of Law-3
MEE 4: Corporations-3
MEE 5: Agency-5
MEE 6: Real Property-2
I am still waiting on my actual answers and representative answers from the bar...I am at a loss.
OK so know that you felt better on Agency, and obviously the score tells you that you did EXCELLENT.
You told us that your family law was lacking, so you got a 3.
How did you feel about real property? looking at the returned MEE, or in retrospect, what do you think your issue was?
Trust...lets not talk about it.
Contracts and corporations...= if you can be more specific on what you wrote, perhaps people here can help you what arguments could have been raised?
I wrote the most for real property and all I get is a 2!?!
Still waiting on answers hopefully they will et here soon, the more I look at these the madder I get. It makes no sense.
I guess more writing does not equally to more points. I never understood how this but.... I guess I'll have to accept.
Perhaps the other poster was right. Maybe explanation isn't necessary just go straight to the point. I am not saying this with confidence. But looking at your score, you were so damn close. I wish I could change that real property to 3 and trust to 3. It would have been a pass.
Real property was the tenant landlord case right?
I can't remember exactly what I've put, but I mentioned
- contract issue as there was no signature
- tenant had 2 year lease
- it was an office so no habitability issue
- gave notice to landlord
- the K didn't indicate that the landlord was responsible for the maintenance.
- After tenant left, landlord took reasonable action to find someone else/ mitigated despite its failure to find a replaement.
- conclusion was that the tenant had to pay full price.
thats all I remember...