ArtistOfManliness wrote:Spent four hours studying the day before. Listened to a lecture on the car ride over. Got well over 100.Startled Rabbit wrote:Do some questions one week before so you can gauge how much studying time you personally need. My friends who followed the "you'll be fine, just look at the material two days before the exam" tended to be pissed at that advice. My friends who started more than a week in advance said they'd definitely over-studied.passx3 wrote:CaliGirl81 wrote:So how does this work? I took the MPRE twice and I got an 84 and an 82. I'm in California, so I need an 86. How many questions do I need right of 50 to get an 86? All the practice tests I took ranged from 31-34 out of 60 correct.
It's best not to find out on exam day whether or not this method works for you. It doesn't hurt to at least take a look a week before.