Ohio Bar Examination Strategies and Tactics: Essays, the MBE and the MPT

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Course Number:
LAW 701

Credit Hours:
3 Credit Hours

Prerequisites: Student should be scheduled to graduate within the current academic year. The class is designed to achieve three goals: provide students with detailed information about the structure and content of the Ohio Bar Exam; inform students of strategies and tactics for studying and preparing for and taking the bar examination; and help students develop and strengthen their test taking skills through the use of regular practice examinations and detailed feedback. The course is structured so that, by the end, participants will have written multiple bar essay questions, MBE questions, and MPT problems. The course is both substantive and skills related, concentrating on two of the six double-tested subjects – Torts and Property. Graded on a pass/fail basis.

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