February 2017 MEE Predictions:
Are you wondering what is going to be on the February 2017 Multistate Essay Exam (MEE)? Us too! We have created our own February 2017 MEE predictions. These are the essay subjects that we think are coming up, primarily based on past MEE questions (as you can see in the chart below). We think that you may see the following on the February 2017 MEE.
February 2017 MEE Predictions:
- Civil Procedure. (This is one of their favorites. It is the most highly-tested subject on the MEE! Thus, we think it is coming up!)
- Trusts. (Wills was more recently tested.) Update: We accurately predicted this subject!
- Agency and Partnership. (This is not to say that Corporations will not be on the MEE — because it could be in place of Agency and Partnership. But we have a feeling that Agency and Partnership are coming up instead! Corporations and LLC’s was just tested in July 2016. The UBE has had a recent pattern of switching off between the two.) Update: We accurately predicted this subject!
- Constitutional Law. (Constitutional Law is a semi popular MBE subject to test on the MEE–having been tested in February 2013, February 2014, February 2015, February 2016! — and it didn’t show up in July 2016!)
- Real Property. (This one is a very popular for an MBE subject appearing on the MEE – it is tied with Contracts in popularity. But, Contracts was tested in July 2016, and Real Property was not.) Update: We accurately predicted this subject!
- Family Law + Conflicts of Law issue. (Family Law is not nearly as popular now that the MEE is limited to six questions – before, when non-UBE states could choose from 7 or 9 questions, Family law was virtually always tested. Now, it is not. However, it was not tested in July 2016 so we think it is fair game for February 2017.)Update: We accurately predicted both of these subjects!
We do not think Evidence or Secured Transactions will appear. They were both tested in February 2016 and July 2016. It would be unusual to see them three bar exams in a row!
If you are want to see a beautiful color-coded chart of UBE/MEE subjects, see below: Note: You should not rely on these predictions! You should still study all of the subjects and focus on the most highly-tested topics within each subject. We are simply letting you know what we think could be coming up on the next “round” of Uniform bar exam essays!
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