I remember well the unpleasantness of preparing for the Multistate Bar Examination. Even after weeks of preparation, I was still completely convinced I’d failed afterwards! Not a fun test.
That’s why I’m very excited to have Sean Silverman here to talk about how to prepare for the MBE. Sean is an attorney and bar exam instructor, and he’s got great advice — whether you’re preparing for the bar exam now, or still have some time before you have to worry about it. Take it away!
I’m studying for the bar exam now, and it’s not going well. I’m particularly struggling with the MBE, because it seems so tricky! Do you have any tips for improving my MBE confidence (and scores) in the next month?
First, I’ll say that it’s really important to keep in mind that it’s a very common reaction to think that bar exam studying is not going well.
Provided you are putting in the required work each day, you should remain confident, as this will greatly benefit you.
There are two components to preparing for the MBE, neither of which is more important than the other: