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Bar Exam / Free MBE Strategies Class
« on: March 18, 2013, 08:19:30 PM »
I've scheduled a free online class for students who intend to soon begin preparing for the July MBE. I'd like for the class to serve as a general introduction on how I believe one can best utilize his/her time studying for the MBE, as well as to provide general information about the MBE. The class will be held on Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm (EST).

Specifically, I'll be discussing the following:

--Information about the current MBE, as well as changes that are set to take place in 2015.

--A four-step process for effectively utilizing the available time preparing for the MBE.

--How to make the most of your time studying the content outlines.

--The essentials knowledge that should be gained from practicing questions.

--How the writers of the MBE create distractors (wrong answer choices) within each question.

--The necessity of using process of elimination on the MBE

--Why the words "if" "because" and "unless" are very important when reading MBE answer choices.

--The importance of endurance on the MBE, and how to increase endurance while also focusing on subject-matter knowledge

The above is a sample of what will be covered, and time will also be set aside for students to ask questions.


For all those who sign up, I hope you find it helpful! You can register for the free online class @ http://silvermanbarprep.e-lectazone.com/tools/event.asp?id=731721112685854

Best,

Sean Silverman
http://www.mbetutorial.blogspot.com
silvermanbarprep@gmail.com

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Bar Exam / Facebook/MBE
« on: June 18, 2011, 11:14:29 AM »
I've started a facebook site to assist those preparing for the MBE. If interested, feel free to visit the site at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Asked-Answered-The-Multi-State-Bar-Exam/122156504533565?sk=wall.

There, you can leave questions on the wall, and they will be answered here on the blog, at http://www.mbetutorial.blogspot.com

I hope those who check it out, find it helpful.

Best,

sean

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Bar Exam / MBE Tutoring for July Exam: Try an Hour for Free!
« on: March 01, 2011, 07:34:57 PM »
I tutor the MBE both in person in NY, and over Skype to those located outside of New York. I provide a free hour so that all students can determine whether my teaching style will best help them to achieve the most positive results, and I also have numerous references from students I have worked with in the past, including students I worked with for the most recent administration of the exam in February 2011. After the initial hour, I charge a very reasonable rate for those students who choose to continue on with the tutoring.

Please feel free to visit my website at http://www.mbetutorial.blogspot.com for an indication of my teaching style.

Best of luck to all those studying for the July exam, and if you believe I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at ssilver0210@hotmail.com

Best,

Sean

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Bar Exam / MBE tutoring for February Exam **1 Free Hour**
« on: December 22, 2010, 10:06:54 PM »
I tutor the MBE both in person in NY, and over Skype to those located outside of New York. I provide an hour of tutoring free to all students so that they can determine whether my teaching style will best help them to achieve the most positive results, and I also have numerous references from students I have worked with in the past.  I then charge a very reasonable fee to those students who choose to continue on with the tutoring.

Please feel free to visit my website at http://www.mbetutorial.blogspot.com  for an indication of my teaching style.

Best of luck to all those studying for the February exam, and if you believe I may be of assistance, feel free to contact me at ssilver0210@hotmail.com.

Best,

Sean

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Studying for the LSAT / A Logic Puzzle
« on: September 19, 2008, 11:18:55 PM »
I thought those currently studying logic in preparing for the LSAT might enjoy this:

The Four-Card Task, as presented by Peter Wason and Philip N. Johnson-Laird in 1972, is a seemingly simple logic question involving four cards. The cards have a letter on one side and a number on the other, and are presented as:

A D 4 7

The other side of the cards is not shown.

A claim is then made: "If a card has a vowel on one side, then it has an even number on the other side." The question is, which of the cards would one need to turn over to see if the statement is true or false? Explain your answer:

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