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Maryland Law Component

Posted: Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:52 pm
by DalRock
To pass, you need to get 40 correct answers out of 50 questions in 90 minutes.

Re: Maryland Law Component

Posted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 12:59 am
by Alonso
Hey,

Has someone taken the Maryland Law Component? If so, could you please share what I can expect?

Re: Maryland Law Component

Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 12:34 pm
by FappleJax
Alonso wrote:Hey,

Has someone taken the Maryland Law Component? If so, could you please share what I can expect?
It's pretty straightforward. You first download the .pdf of the subject matter outlines and then you have 90 mins to answer 50 multiple choice questions open-book. Grading is instant and you have as many chances as needed to get 40 out of 50 correct. Once you do, you get a certificate saying you passed the Maryland Law Component. Overall, not too bad. I was able to complete it while at work.

Re: Maryland Law Component

Posted: Sun Oct 20, 2019 10:19 pm
by Alonso
Thanks! Truly appreciate it.

Are the questions similar to the bar exam where you have hypos that you have to apply the law, or more like recitations (memorization of the law) of it?

Thanks again for the help.


FappleJax wrote:
Alonso wrote:Hey,

Has someone taken the Maryland Law Component? If so, could you please share what I can expect?
It's pretty straightforward. You first download the .pdf of the subject matter outlines and then you have 90 mins to answer 50 multiple choice questions open-book. Grading is instant and you have as many chances as needed to get 40 out of 50 correct. Once you do, you get a certificate saying you passed the Maryland Law Component. Overall, not too bad. I was able to complete it while at work.

Re: Maryland Law Component

Posted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:28 pm
by FappleJax
Most of the questions are like that, they give you a hypo and you have to pick from choices A-D. There are a few "gimme" questions like "What is the rule in Maryland for _____" but only a few.
Alonso wrote:Thanks! Truly appreciate it.

Are the questions similar to the bar exam where you have hypos that you have to apply the law, or more like recitations (memorization of the law) of it?

Thanks again for the help.


FappleJax wrote:
Alonso wrote:Hey,

Has someone taken the Maryland Law Component? If so, could you please share what I can expect?
It's pretty straightforward. You first download the .pdf of the subject matter outlines and then you have 90 mins to answer 50 multiple choice questions open-book. Grading is instant and you have as many chances as needed to get 40 out of 50 correct. Once you do, you get a certificate saying you passed the Maryland Law Component. Overall, not too bad. I was able to complete it while at work.

Re: Maryland Law Component

Posted: Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:32 pm
by Alonso
Thanks, FappleJax! You are the best.
FappleJax wrote:Most of the questions are like that, they give you a hypo and you have to pick from choices A-D. There are a few "gimme" questions like "What is the rule in Maryland for _____" but only a few.
Alonso wrote:Thanks! Truly appreciate it.

Are the questions similar to the bar exam where you have hypos that you have to apply the law, or more like recitations (memorization of the law) of it?

Thanks again for the help.


FappleJax wrote:
Alonso wrote:Hey,

Has someone taken the Maryland Law Component? If so, could you please share what I can expect?
It's pretty straightforward. You first download the .pdf of the subject matter outlines and then you have 90 mins to answer 50 multiple choice questions open-book. Grading is instant and you have as many chances as needed to get 40 out of 50 correct. Once you do, you get a certificate saying you passed the Maryland Law Component. Overall, not too bad. I was able to complete it while at work.

Re: Maryland Law Component

Posted: Sun Nov 24, 2019 2:44 pm
by gpca
When do they send this to applicants? I thought it was after the notice was filed, but never got anything or a response from SBLE.

Re: Maryland Law Component

Posted: Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:01 am
by DalRock
Anyone took their oath of admission for Maryland UBE Transfer applicants?