Approsheets are essay attack checklists and flowcharts—roadmaps to help you approach each essay, see the relevant issues and sub-issues, and collect hidden points...
...even if you have no idea how to write a bar essay despite knowing a ton of law:
Approsheets can help you see the big picture not just on the essays but even on the MBE:
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Downloadable PDFs for the below subjects and supplements (depending on whether you get the California variant or the UBE variant)
Supplemental pages taken from counterpart Magicsheets ($25 value)
[Bonus] Performance Test Toolkit ($49 value)
[Bonus exclusive to Magicsheets + Approsheets Suite]
Pocket Guide for Your Bar Prep: 17 Strategies to Get Un-stuck and Un-frustrated by the Bar Exam ($49 value)
If you're studying for a state that isn't California or a UBE jurisdiction, please review the subjects below and select the closest variant.
Business Associations (Agency, Partnerships, Corporations)
Civil Procedure (FRCP and CA)
CA Community Property (not included in UBE version)
Plus a summary of characterization of property
Plus a 4th Amendment supplement
Evidence (FRE and CA)
Plus a Proposition 8 supplement (CA)
Professional Responsibility (ABA and CA)
Plus an ABA vs. CA distinction table
Injunctive remedies supplement
Wills & Trusts (Trusts & Estates for the UBE)
Intro and how-to guide
That's under $5 for each essay approach sheet!
You could get a cup of coffee with that (and increase your anxiety).
Feel more clarity and less overwhelm with these sheets. And then buy as many coffees as you want as an attorney.
Some of the above subjects are not tested on the UBE, but the extra subjects may be beneficial depending on which state bar you're taking. The UBE variant does not have any references to California law and does not include CA Community Property.
UBE variant includes:
Conflict of Laws
Trusts & Estates
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