Ohio Complete Bar Review Course
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The Kaplan approach provides you with the direct and efficient path to successfully applying your legal knowledge the way it's tested on the bar. Here's how it works:
Step 1: Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) Foundation (6 days)
Develop an attack plan and prepare for comprehensive subject review with six 50-question exams and question-based review covering the topics on the MBE.
Step 2: Comprehensive Subject Review & Practice (up to 36 days; varies by state)
During this part of the course, you'll:
- Learn the material through in-depth lectures and outlines:
Each day you'll internalize the subject knowledge necessary for success on the bar through a system of lectures, outlines, lecture note templates, and quick-rule summaries that will help you boil things down to the essentials.
- Practice applying your knowledge the way the bar will test it:
Apply the law exactly the way it's tested on the bar with 4,000 exam-like MBE practice questions and explanations, previously released state essay questions, and full-length simulated MBE and State Essay exams.
- Assess your performance:
Stay on track with detailed daily reports that reveal your mastery of each subject and topic over time and highlight the areas where you need to improve the most.
- Strengthen your weak areas:
As you progress through the course, your daily regimen will gradually become more tailored and will recommend assignments to help you overcome your weakest areas.
Step 3: Full-Length Simulated Exams and Final Review (4 to 5 days)
Take the full-length MBE and State Essay final exams (including a Performance Test if your state requires it) under test-like conditions. Get a substantive question-based review of the MBE that highlights the finer points of the relevant law and covers the latest exam trends.
Step 4: Final Countdown Study Plan (approximately 14 days; varies by student)
At the end of your course you'll get a highly tailored set of assignments to complete during the final two weeks before you take the bar exam.
Depending on your state, your bar exam will be 2 to 3 days and include essays and the MBE.