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If you are not taking a bar review course, choose a place to study where you will have no distractions such as a library, and set a daily schedule. If the library is not going to work, find a quiet place to study at home or another location with minimal distractions. If you are taking a course, go over your notes for the day’s lecture at home each night before going to bed…

Come February 2017, the Multistate Bar Exam will no longer have 190 scored questions and 10 experimental questions, as it did until now. According to the National Conference of Bar Examiners’ website, the number of scored questions will be reduced to 175 and 25 questions will be ungraded experimental questions.

Take as many practice exams as you can get your hands on. The Multistate Bar Exam consists of all multiple choice questions, so it is easy to grade. Online practice tests, such as those found on barexampreptest.com, automatically grade the tests for you and provide the answer explanations alongside the question, so everything is all in one place…

Create and follow a strict daily study schedule. Choose a block of time and stick with it, such as 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM with occasional breaks for meals and 5-10 minute mental breaks every 1-2 hours. Your brain can only process so much information before intensive studying becomes counterproductive and you are not retaining the material…