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The Sullivan Method sets forth a straight-forward methodology to prepare for the bar exam that you can tailor to your individual needs. Too many people spend the bulk of their time during bar review struggling to learn the law. This leaves them precious little time to do practice tests.

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MBE: First Time Taking the Bar Exam


Before bar review, most law graduates have not seen the multistate subjects (contracts, real property, evidence, criminal law, criminal procedure, constitutional law, federal civil procedure and torts) in over two years. And, not everyone understood them completely at the end of the first year of law school.

For example, consider the following questions. You will most likely be able to recognize what each question is asking. But are you able to articulate a clear, precise answer?

Is it a defense to a products liability suit that the plaintiff misused the product?

What are the three kinds of easements created by implication?

Articulate the difference between procedural due process and substantive due process.

What are the elements of the present state of mind or body exception to the rule against hearsay?

When does the assignment of contractual rights become irrevocable?

What is the merchant’s confirming memorandum rule? Must both parties be merchants for this rule to apply?

Articulate the difference between larceny by trick and false pretenses.

When is consent a valid exception to the warrant requirement?

Don’t worry if you can’t answer these questions now. But think of what a benefit it would be to begin bar review having these concepts at your command!

Too many people spend the bulk of their time during bar review struggling to learn the law. This leaves them precious little time to do practice tests. Since the bar exam is unlike any test given in law school, many people find themselves unprepared to perform in this very different format.

If you establish your knowledge of the multistate subjects in the months before you graduate and take the bar exam, you will experience your bar review course as just that – a review course, not a tidal wave of new information. With the multistate subjects under control, you will have more time to devote to other subjects, some of which you may have never seen in law school. You will also have more time to devote to practice tests. And, as any attorney will tell you, doing practice tests is the best way to maximize your performance on the bar exam.

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MBE: First Time Taking the Bar Exam