MBE Seminar - JD Advising
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Learn how to practice MBE questions the right way!

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Stuck in a MBE rut?

Boost your MBE score by learning a methodical approach to the MBE!

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Our MBE Seminar was invented by the founder of JD Advising, who scored a 180 on the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) in 2011. It was invented after JD Advising helped hundreds of students improve their bar exam multiple-choice score significantly—by 20, 30, or more points. It is taught by JD Advising Lead Course Instructor and Tutor, Meagan Jabbori.

Our MBE Seminar is prerecorded so you can watch it at your convenience online. The goal of this Seminar is to teach you strategies to apply when you answer MBE questions. Instead of receiving substantive outlines, you will receive an MBE strategies booklet. The Seminar and strategies booklet focus on tactics you can use when practicing answering questions. The goal is to help improve your score through practice and to get you out of your MBE rut.

The MBE Seminar covers strategies for conquering the MBE and improving your score. For the first hour or so, we spend time on an overview of how to build your foundation of MBE law. In this portion, we cover memorization techniques so that you understand a great way to go through your outlines as you study. For the next hour and a half or so, we show you how to break down MBE questions so that you actually learn through practice. We cover seven MBE questions slowly and methodically together. Our MBE Seminar is an invaluable tool if you find you are in an MBE rut and need to do something different to improve your score. Click here for a sample of the booklet that comes with the MBE Seminar!

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What will our MBE seminar teach you?

How to Improve Your Score

If you frequently answer MBE practice questions but you never improve your score, our MBE seminar will help you teaching you a new methodical MBE approach!

How to Pick Between Two ANswers

If you always seem to be in between two answer choices and pick the wrong one, you are not alone! Our MBE seminar will teach you how to choose the right answer.

Instruction by Bar Exam Experts

Our seminar is taught by our 5-star instructor, Meagan, who has scored in the top percentile on the bar exam and know the bar exam inside and out.

A Personalized Approach

We teach you how to figure out exactly why you are answering MBE questions incorrectly so that you can tweak your approach and start to see score improvement.

MBE Timing Tips

Learning how to "slow down" and answer questions in a methodical way will help you improve your timing on the MBE so you do not struggle to finish the exam on exam day.

How to Stop "Overthinking"

Sometimes you may find you overthink questions and choose the wrong answer (even when you know the right answer!). We teach you how to get out of this habit!


  • > Cost: $349.99
  • > Format: The prerecorded seminar for February 2022 is available for instant access now!
  • > Timing: The MBE seminar is about three hours long.

A note on the MBE Favorites Lecture: The MBE Favorites lecture comes with released MBE questions and goes through an overview of the 35 favorite issues that the NCBE likes to test. Many students purchase both the MBE Seminar and the MBE Favorites lecture. You can read more about the MBE Favorites lecture here


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