February 2018 MEE Predictions
Are you wondering what is going to be on the February 2018 Multistate Essay Exam (MEE)? Us too! We have created our own February 2018 MEE predictions. These are the essay subjects that we think are coming up, primarily based on past MEE questions.
While we are not always correct in our predictions, we are usually pretty close! See our July 2017 MEE predictions here to see how we accurately guessed basically every subject tested!
Update: We are posting updates on our predictions in green font. Note we have not changed our predictions post-bar exam. We are merely commenting on what we got right (and where we fell short!) 5 of the 6 subjects that appeared on the bar exams were covered by these predictions!
We think that you may see the following on the February 2018 MEE.
February 2018 MEE Predictions
Agency/Partnership is usually tested every other administration. It was not tested in July 2017 so it possible that it will appear on the exam in February. You could see a pure agency question, pure partnership question, or a crossover between the two subjects. Update: Agency & Partnership was tested! (Partnership was the subject tested.)
2. Civil Procedure
Civil Procedure is the most highly tested subject on the MEE! Therefore, we think it is coming up! The Examiners did not test Civil Procedure in February 2017, but they did test this in July. When Civil Procedure has been tested, it is usually tested consistently for at least several administrations. Update: Civil Procedure was tested!
Contracts is a commonly tested subject on the MEE. The Examiners generally like to test this subject every other administration. Because it was not tested this July, we think it is a likely candidate for the February 2018 multistate essay exam. Update: Contracts was tested!
4. Corporations and LLCs
Corporations is also commonly tested on the MEE. You might be wondering why we put both agency/partnership and corporations on this list. On several exams, the Examiners have tested both subjects (most recently in February 2017). We suspect that we may see both again this upcoming February. Update: Corporations and LLCs was not tested! (Our “wildcard” subject was tested in its place! See below.)
5. Criminal Law and Procedure
While Criminal Procedure was tested on the last exam, it was combined with Evidence. A pure criminal law question has not been on the exam since July 2015, so it is ripe for testing. While this is not a popular subject, we think the Examiners will test a less popular subject in February 2018. Update: Criminal Law was tested!
6. Decedents’ Estates (possibly crossed over with Conflict of Laws or Trusts)
The Examiners generally like to alternate between testing Decedents’ Estates and Trusts. In February 2017, Trusts appeared on the exam. On the last exam, students saw a Decedents’ Estates essay combined with Trusts. Thus, we think it’s likely that Decedents’ Estates could appear again. It could be tested on its own. However, we would not be surprised if the Examiners throw in a trusts issue or a conflict of laws issue.
While Conflict of Laws is not a highly tested subject, when it is tested it appears on consecutive exams. It was tested in the Family Law context in February 2017 and in the Civil Procedure context in July 2017. If it were to show up in February, we wouldn’t be surprised to see it in a Decedents’ Estates essay. Update: Decedents’ Estates was not tested. Real Property was tested instead! (We noted below we were wondering if Real Property coming up though we did not include it in our formal predictions!)
Wild Card: Family Law
Our February 2018 MEE predictions wild card is Family Law. Family Law was a popular MEE subject in the past. Before, when non-UBE states could choose from 7 or 9 questions, the NCBE used to always make Family Law an option for states to test. Now, it does not. While it is less popular these days, the Examiners still like to test this subject every one or two administrations. Therefore, we wouldn’t be shocked if it appeared in February. During the last several February exams, the MEE has been more MEE-subject heavy. If the Examiners decide to tip the scales in favor of MEE subjects, Family Law is a likely candidate. Update: Family law was tested!
In determining our wild card subject, we were debating between Real Property and Family Law. However, because the Examiners tested in Real Property in February 2017 and ended up considering the July 2016 Secured Transactions question a “Secured Transactions/Real Property” question, we did not include it on our list of February 2018 MEE predictions. Update: Real Property was tested!
If you want to make your own predictions, please see our MEE frequency chart here!
Note: We want to emphasize that 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 February 2018 MEE.
Christine, one of our bar exam tutors, wrote this post. She has passed three bar exams, including California, New York, and New Jersey. Christine scored in the 95 percentile on the MBE, and specializes in helping students raise their uniform bar exam scores!
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