Top critical review
Some of the law is wrong, so beware.
Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019
Not all of these are actual MBE questions. Some of them the author made up, and several of those are wrong. Just as an example, there's one in here that says that to commit a trespass you have to actually have the intent to get on somebody else's property. That is completely not true as you can think it's your property and still commit a trespass, and there are several other questions that hold exactly opposite the way they should, so be wary. I also didn't like the way the answers appear on the same page. When it is set up with proper borders and shading (like Glannon), that is okay, but this book does nothing in the way of separating the questions and the answers, so it is hard to block out the answer when you are working the question. The answers appear different places on every page, so you can't really take a half sheet of paper and cover the answer. The answers should be in the back. For a better book that contains nothing but actual MBE questions, so the law is 100% accurate, you should get the Multistate GOAT book.