JD Advising's Multistate Essay Exam Seminar
STUDY EFFICIENTLY FOR THE BAR EXAM!
Studying for the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE) can be daunting. Often times, students neglect the MEE (even though it is worth 30% of the bar exam or the equivalent of approximately 105 MBE questions!). Our MEE Seminar is the best resource for MEE information in the least amount of time—some law schools even pay for their students to attend our seminars to give their students an upper edge on the bar exam! We give you the best review of the highly tested topics so you can maximize your MEE score! Our July 2017 MEE Seminar covered over 90% of the MEE topics. We also covered a significant number of tested MEE topics in our July 2018 MEE Seminar.
If you are looking for a fantastic review of some highly tested topics, sign up today. We have a prerecorded option with instant access to our MEE Seminar lecture and predictions.
"The lecturer was extremely knowledgable and willing to answer any question"
"The material provided was great!"
"I finished all the essays and felt way more confident walking out of the MEE portion of the exam."
"I would recommend this seminar to anyone who is looking for some extra help prior to the bar exam."
The MEE Seminar covers:
- >>The topics most likely to appear on the MEE.
- >>UBE/MEE essay frequency charts from July 2011 to the most recent bar exam administration.
- >>A one-page or two-page summary of the highly tested issues on the MEE for every single topic—Agency, Partnership, Corporations & LLCs, Conflict of Laws, Domestic Relations, Secured Transactions, Trusts & Future Interests, and Decedent’s Estates, as well as all of the subjects that overlap with the MBE (Real Property, Evidence, Torts, Constitutional Law, Contracts & Sales, Criminal Law & Procedure, Civil Procedure).
- >>Tips for the last two weeks of bar exam preparation.
- >>An overview of recent cases that could appear on the bar exam.
We provide high-quality and highly tested information in an easy-to-learn, concise format. We make the outline and design the lecture for this seminar by literally reading through every past bar exam from 1995 on. Then we look at the most highly tested and recently tested issues. We use that information to decide the key areas of law to include in our outline.
This exposes you to the material you are most likely to encounter on the essays on your bar exam!