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bagels4bagels

I took it just a few years ago and it really wasn’t too bad. I believe if you get a question wrong it tells you where to look and you can answer again. I believe it was all open book and just a time limit.


XCJibboo

Took it about 6 years ago and from what I remember it was more to familiarize yourself with the practice laws. Open Book.