... take that reference to my MBE practice scores out of my last post. It's not a true indicator of where I'm at and that's why I'm not comfortable with it. The problem is that most (all?) of the questions have been out in the marketplace for so long, and there's only so many ways they can hide the ball. Which is why, I think, when they changed so many of them because of the PMBR thing I only did average on the actual exam.
Gee... I think I know now why I sometimes got freaked out while preparing for the July exam. I really can't talk about this too much before I start chasing my tail. As I'm doing now on this MBE issue.
Anyway, I've been through the BarBri MBE books at least three times, the Adaptibar material at least three times, and the questions from the NCBE at least twice. The questions in the S&T book look very familiar and I know that's why I'm getting so many right. But on the flip side, I still miss the same ones I missed before. Argh.
What does all of that mean? It means I should have done much much better on the exam. And it probably means I'm memorizing the fact patterns rather than the rules they're testing.
It also means that I had better get back to work.
And perhaps it means that I should dust off the hated PMBR books after all.