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MBE Strategies Blog Post Series

Welcome to our MBE tips and tricks blog post series! In this post, we cover an Evidence MBE question together. Evidence is a tricky subject for a lot of students so it is important to master Evidence MBE questions — especially on those that cover hearsay.

You will see 25 Evidence MBE questions on the Multistate Bar Exam. 6-7 of those questions will cover hearsay. (The question we review in this post has a hearsay issue in it too!) We will be posting a Multistate Bar Exam question once every couple days along with an answer. Each post will cover one highly-tested area of substantive law as well as an important MBE strategy. Today, we will review an Evidence MBE question that covers a hearsay issue as well as another tricky point of Evidence law.

Do your best to answer this question (before even looking at the answer choices and before looking at the answer below!) Ask yourself:  What is the subject? What is the legal issue? What is the rule and analysis? What is the conclusion? Try to answer these beginning questions before even reading the answer choices.

Then, you can uncover the  Evidence MBE answer as well as read more about our MBE strategy of the day.

 

 

If you would like to see “MBE tip of the day” posts from prior days, please click on the links below:

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