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Included with all Themis Bar Review courses, this robust question-based learning tool uses dynamic visuals and active-learning methods to help you master difficult legal priniples and succuessfully analyze fact patterns on the MBE.
Daily task schedule from day one of your studies up to the bar exam. Need to take a few days off? No problem. Directed study will adapt to work around your schedule to keep you on track.
So you can brush up on your favorite topics. (Or least favorite as the case may be)
Works around your schedule and on your devices. On the web or for your iPad or Android tablet, plus e-reader outlines. Watch a short demo about these course features!
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You’ll receive personalized essay grading from one, dedicated attorney. By tracking patterns in your writing and evaluating your progress, your essay grader will work with you to target your weaknesses and hone your writing skills.
The Kentucky Bar Examination consists of 12 essays, to be divided between Kentucky essays and Multistate essays (Day 1), and the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) (Day 2). The Kentucky Board of Bar Examiners may also replace three essays, either Kentucky, Multistate, or a combination of both, with a Multistate Performance Test (MPT). The exam is administered over two days in February and July each year during the last week of the month that includes a Tuesday and Wednesday.
The essay portion consists of the Kentucky Essay Exam and the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE), comprising a total of 12 essays, 30 minutes each. Each of the 12 essay questions may cover one or more subjects. Additionally, the Kentucky Board of Bar Examiners may replace three essays, either Kentucky, MEE, or a combination of both, with a Multistate Performance Test (MPT). The Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions will notify examinees of the final exam format before their test administration. For a complete list of the Kentucky essay subjects, see Subjects Tested below.
The MBE consists of 200 multiple-choice questions that test the following areas: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts & Sales, Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence, Real Property, and Torts. Of the 200 questions, 175 are scored questions and 25 are unscored pre-test questions. The pre-test questions are indistinguishable from the scored questions so applicants are advised to answer all questions.
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