Wednesday, July 27, 2005

The first rule of the MBE . . .

. . . is you don't talk about the MBE. No kidding; the instructions, both those read aloud and those printed on the test booklets, practically drip with intimidating claims about the liabilities that will ensue if you copy or reveal, in whole or in part, test questions. They make it sound like saying, "Wow, that question on X was really tough, what with the Y and Z issues!" will result in a joint task force of jackbooted members of the National Conference of Bar Examiners and the U.S. Copyright police storming your apartment with guns drawn to spirit you off to an undisclosed location for torture.

So, the MBE. I'm taking the other half in a while.
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