July 2019 MPT Predictions

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July 2019 MPT Predictions 

Are you curious about what tasks you might be asked to complete on the MPT this July? Generally, the Examiners want to see whether students can write both objectively and persuasively. It is common to encounter one objective task and one persuasive task on the MPTs (although this is not always the case!). Read further to see our July 2019 MPT predictions.

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July 2019 UBE Predictions

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 July 2019 UBE Predictions — by JD Advising

Are you wondering what subjects might be tested on the July 2019 Uniform Bar Exam (UBE)? We have analyzed which subjects have come up on previous UBE administrations and formulated our own July 2019 UBE predictions. Read further to see our thoughts on which subjects and MPTs are likely to show up on the exam.

Disclaimer: You should NOT solely rely on these July 2019 UBE predictions when you study! (For example, see this post on the accuracy of our February 2019 UBE predictions — some were correct and some were not.) You should study all subjects when preparing for the UBE exam. All subjects have a chance of appearing on the exam.

Note: If you would like a wonderful FREE MEE resource, check out our MEE guide. If you would like an overview of the highly tested topics, purchase our MEE one-sheets — our most popular product!!  Lastly, if you would like an overview of the most highly tested MEE topics as well as an overview of the topics that are most ripe for testing, sign up for our Multistate Essay Exam seminar! Our seminar covered over 90% of the topics tested on the July 2017 bar exam. We also covered many of the topics tested in July 2018 (though we did not cover 90%!). 

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Five Useful Tips For Handwriting The MPT

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Five Tips For Handwriting The MPT

Many bar exam takers debate between typing and handwriting the bar exam.  There are certainly advantages and disadvantages to each approach.  If you choose to handwrite, make sure you consider how it will affect not only the essay portion but the MPT portion as well.  The differences between typing and handwriting the MPT are perhaps more pronounced than for just a regular essay.  In this post, we give you five tips you need to know if you are going to be handwriting the MPT!

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Advantages Of Hiring A UBE Bar Tutor For First-Time Takers

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Advantages Of Hiring A UBE Bar Tutor For First-Time Takers

If you are taking the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) for the first time, bar prep can seem a daunting task. You have to become an expert in the law, as well as the intricacies of the MBE, MEE, and MPT. It’s no wonder many people feel lost when they start out. A great option is to hire a UBE tutor. In this post, we touch on the advantages of hiring a J.D. Advising UBE bar tutor for first-time takers!

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What to Do if you Don’t Know How to Answer an MPT Question

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Many examinees ask us what to do if you don’t know how to answer an MPT question. Some examinees “blanked out” when they saw the last bar exam “wildcard” MPT question. They got low scores because they didn’t even know how to start answering that question. Here, we tell you what to do if you don’t know how to answer an MPT question on exam day. Continue reading What to Do if you Don’t Know How to Answer an MPT Question

How to Perfect Timing On the Multistate Performance Test

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How to Perfect Timing On the Multistate Performance Test

The Multistate Performance Test is a critical, yet often overlooked, portion of many bar exams.  If you’re taking the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE), then the Multistate Performance Test will comprise 20% of your score!  Many other (non-UBE) states have added a performance test component to their bar exam as well.  In most of the non-UBE states, your MPT score is worth at least 10% of your score. Thus, it is important that you do well on this portion.

In this post we give you three essential tips on how to perfect timing on the Multistate Performance Test.  You can be an excellent writer in general, but without mastering your timing on the Multistate Performance Test, you won’t be able to demonstrate your skills in a way that will gain you points!

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How To Raise Your Multistate Performance Test Score

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How To Raise Your Multistate Performance Test Score

Too often, examinees overlook the Multistate Performance Test portion of the bar exam.  It is very common for people to assume that their writing skills will transfer from law school to the essay portion to the MPT.  However, the MPT is very different from not only the other sections of the bar exam, but from law school as well.  It requires a lot of practice!  And although the MPT is worth the least if you are taking the Uniform Bar Exam, it is still worth 20%, which cannot be overlooked. And you can still pick up many points on this portion!  In fact, if you put in the effort to raise your Multistate Performance Test score, you can make up ground that you might lose in other areas of the exam!  In this post we give you four tips on how to raise your Multistate Performance Test score!

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How To Save Time On The Multistate Performance Test

Save Time on the Multistate Performance Test

How To Save Time On The Multistate Performance Test

The Multistate Performance Test intimidates many bar exam takers.  It is completely normal to feel this way!  You might have felt comfortable writing briefs and memos during law school where you had plenty of time to research and prepare a final product.  The timing aspect of the MPT adds a whole new dimension to this kind of project.  During practice, you might find yourself struggling to finish the task on time!  This post is for you!  In this post, we give you tips on how to save time on the Multistate Performance Test.  If you work these tips into your practice, you should see your timing start to improve!

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Four Tips on How To Study For The MPT

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Four Tips on How To Study For The MPT 

We often encounter bar exam takers that feel like they don’t need to study for the MPT.  They feel like since they were a strong writer in law school, they will easily be able to succeed on this portion of the bar exam.  This is not a risk you should take!  The MPT is very unique and is a whole different animal than writing in law school.  It requires a lot of practice!  Don’t just assume that since the MPT isn’t worth as much as the other portions of the bar exam, you don’t need to prepare for it!  In this post, we give you four tips on how to study for the MPT.

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I Haven’t Started Studying for the MPT…What Should I Do?

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If you haven’t started studying for the MPT (multistate performance test) portion of the bar exam, you are not alone. The MPT is by far the portion of the bar exam that students put off the most! Here, we tell you how to methodically approach the MPT so that you can boost your score in the shortest amount of time! Whether you are studying for the MPT at the very last minute or whether you still have a bit of time before the exam, here we tell you how to boost your score quickly and efficiently.  Continue reading I Haven’t Started Studying for the MPT…What Should I Do?