There are five keys to raising your MEE scores by mastering the law. Here are five keys to raising your MEE scores by mastering the law. (1) Be systematic and focus on the basics. (2) Study every subject in the same way. (3) Master the vocabulary of each subject. (4) Distinguish the main categories and … Continue reading Five Keys to Raising Your MEE Scores by mastering the law
Tips for Faster UBE Writing
My observation from more than 20 years of teaching is that people who write the essays slowly are not somehow slower people, with slowness in their DNA. They are actually doing different things. Here are some things not to do if you want to write your exams faster.
What Was on the July 2012 NY Bar Exam?
Many thanks to the BarWrite® Scholars who looked up in dazed
exhaustion on Tuesday night and said to themselves,
"I've got to let Dr. Gallagher know what was on the bar exam!"
Thank you! Looks like BarWrite® hit another home run!
BarWrite® Blog: Finish the MPT and Bar Essays on Time
HOW ARE THE ESSAYS DIFFERENT FROM THE MPT? One obvious answer is that the bar exam essays are different from the Multistate Performance Test (MPT)--or the California Performance Test--because the essays require knowing a lot of law, which the MPT does not. But don't let that difference distract you. It's easy to overlook key similarities. … Continue reading BarWrite® Blog: Finish the MPT and Bar Essays on Time
BarWrite® Blog: MBE Bar Exam Myths
Studying for the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) by doing 33 or 50 or 100 practice questions a day is what everyone tells you to do, but it is exhausting, it eats up all your time, and it does not necessarily help you pass the bar exam. Actually to raise your score on the MBE requires a narrower focus, learning more law, memorizing rules, and relentlessly practicing legal analysis.