TAILORED. PERSONALIZED. HIGH-QUALITY.
JD ADVISING ADVANTAGE
We keep close track of each and every student in our MEE course. We give you all of the materials that you need (MEE outlines and actual official MEE questions) and we tell you which essays to complete each week. We grade essays each week and track your progress. We also document progress by handing out weekly quizzes to see if you are adequately memorizing the highly tested areas of law. Lastly, we administer a final MEE exam so that you can see for yourself that you are on track to pass the bar exam. We keep you accountable so that you feel confident walking into the exam.
We offer live instruction by a bar exam expert! All JD Advising course instructors are full-time bar exam tutors and instructors and they know the bar exam inside-out. During lecture, we go over substantive law as well as strategies for maximing your MEE score. This includes formatting your MEE essay answers, organization, structure, and timing. We have ten hours of live lectures on the MEE subjects. We encourage questions and discussion and we give you the opportunity to ask questions during and after class. If you are looking for superior and effective multistate essay exam instruction, look no further than this course.
Our MEE outlines are the best in the nation. We make them by going through every single outline from 1995 to the present date and ensuring that every single topic that has ever been tested is in the outlines. Further, we highlight the highly-tested areas so that you can be aware of what is most likely to appear on your exam. We include charts, colors, diagrams, and mnemonics to make it easy to learn the outlines. You will receive outlines for: Corporations & LLCs, Agency & Partnership, Conflicts of Law, Secured Transactions, Family Law, Trusts & Future Interests, and Decedent’s Estates. To read more about what sets our outlines apart, read this post. To see a PDF sample of our Trusts outline, click on our Trusts Outline Sample.
We provide predictions of the issues that will be tested on the upcoming bar exam. We do this by studying the highly-tested topics as well as the topics that are most recently and frequently tested. For the July 2017 bar exam, we accurately predicted many of the issues on the bar exam. Our students were thrilled after leaving the exam since they were familiar with so many of the topics that they saw tested on the exam.
While we never advise students to rely on predictions, since some topics are more highly tested than others, it is worth it to focus on the highly tested issues that are due time to come up on the bar exam. We figure out what these issues are so that you can just focus on studying!
You will receive electronic copies of the MEE questions and model answers promulgated by the National Conference of Bar Examiners from 2000 to the present date. We assign essays each week and we offer weekly feedback so that you know you are on track to pass the MEE portion of the bar exam. As part of the MEE course, you will also have the option to take a final exam which we compose from essay questions that we think could be coming up on the MEE. Students feel very well prepared for the MEE after taking our course!
- Our predictions for which subjects and topics will appear on the MEE.
- Past MEE questions and MPT questions from 2000 to the present date plus model answers and point sheets.
- MEE One-Sheets
- MEE outlines for the 7 MEE-specific subjects (you will not receive MBE outlines!)
- Weekly graded assignments
Will the MEE Course help me?
Yes! We provide high-quality and highly tested information in an easy-to-learn, concise format. We make the outlines by literally reading through every past bar exam from 1995 on. We highlight the most highly-tested and recently-tested issues so that you can see what is most likely to appear on your exam. We explain this material in a conversational format and encourage questions and discussion. We also offer graded written feedback to ensure that you are on track to pass the Multistate Essay Exam with flying colors!
Wondering if you are in an MEE jurisdiction? The MEE jurisdictions are as follows:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio (beginning 2020), Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee (beginning 2019), Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Virgin Islands