Massachusetts (MA) February 2018 Bar Exam

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Massachusetts (MA) February 2018 Bar Exam

Postby rairair55 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 1:37 am

Starting the Feb. thread for MA bar takers. LEZ DO THIS

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Re: Massachusetts (MA) February 2018 Bar Exam

Postby rairair55 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 1:06 am

...or not

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Re: Massachusetts (MA) February 2018 Bar Exam

Postby stewie27 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 10:24 am

I’ll check in. First time Mass taker. Barred in another state already. Self-studying while working full time. Need to get going.

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Re: Massachusetts (MA) February 2018 Bar Exam

Postby rairair55 » Sun Dec 24, 2017 3:15 pm

I'm a re-taker using adaptibar and cobbling together old essays from a few different sources. I might get a tutor just to help with the essays.

stewie27 wrote:I’ll check in. First time Mass taker. Barred in another state already. Self-studying while working full time. Need to get going.


What's your study schedule look like, I'm curious? How do you fit it in?

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Re: Massachusetts (MA) February 2018 Bar Exam

Postby frank617 » Tue Jan 02, 2018 7:02 pm

Anyone have any advice on how to most efficiently/cheaply get materials to prepare? I graduated law school last may and just passed CA bar. Wondering if Adaptibar is worth it. CA doesn't tell you your score if you pass, but I have a feeling my MBE is on the stronger side, so worried that Adaptibar may be overkill.

Also wondering the best approach for the essays. I have a recent Conviser mini review and lecture handout book for MA (both Barbri)

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Re: Massachusetts (MA) February 2018 Bar Exam

Postby rairair55 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:37 pm

frank617 wrote:Anyone have any advice on how to most efficiently/cheaply get materials to prepare? I graduated law school last may and just passed CA bar. Wondering if Adaptibar is worth it. CA doesn't tell you your score if you pass, but I have a feeling my MBE is on the stronger side, so worried that Adaptibar may be overkill.

Also wondering the best approach for the essays. I have a recent Conviser mini review and lecture handout book for MA (both Barbri)


I have adaptibar. I like it. No complaints. I got it because everyone raves about it. It uses actual bar exam questions so what more could you want really?

Not sure how you would get access to essays though without purchasing a bar prep course. Mass. has previously tested essays online but no answers, so that's only half helpful. Good luck!



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