Performance Stats

The purpose of this page is to show your proficiency in each of the topics tested on the MBE. The importance rank for a topic indicates the likelihood that the MBE will contain questions on that topic. Proficiency is measured entirely by your performance on the multiple-choice questions in the course and is reported as very poor, poor, fair, good, very good, or excellent. Insufficient data will appear if you haven't answered enough multiple-choice questions in a topic for us to accurately predict your proficiency.

Importance RankSubjectTopicYour current proficiencyActions
1Constitutional LawIndividual rights
2Criminal ProcedureConstitutional protection of accused persons
3TortsNegligence
4EvidenceRelevancy and reasons for excluding relevant evidence
5ContractsFormation of contracts
6ContractsPerformance, breach, and discharge
7EvidencePresentation of evidence
8EvidenceHearsay and circumstances of its admissibility
9Civil ProcedureJurisdiction and venue
10Civil ProcedurePretrial procedures
11Civil ProcedureMotions
12PropertyOwnership of real property
13PropertyRights in real property
14PropertyReal estate contracts
15PropertyMortgages/security devices
16PropertyTitles
17TortsIntentional torts
18TortsStrict liability and products liability: common law strict liability, including claims arising from abnormally dangerous activities, and defenses to such claims; claims against manufacturers and other defendants arising out of the manufacture and distribution of products, and defenses to such claims
19TortsOther torts
20Constitutional LawThe nature of judicial review
21Constitutional LawThe separation of powers
22Constitutional LawThe relation of nation and states in a federal system
23Criminal LawHomicide
24Criminal LawOther crimes
25Criminal LawInchoate crimes; parties
26Criminal LawGeneral principles
27ContractsDefenses to enforceability
28ContractsContract content and meaning
29ContractsRemedies
30ContractsThird-party rights
31EvidencePrivileges and other policy exclusions
32EvidenceWritings, recordings, and photographs
33Civil ProcedureLaw applied by federal courts
34Civil ProcedureJury trials
35Civil ProcedureVerdicts and judgments
36Civil ProcedureAppealability and review
37Business AssociationsAgency relationships
38Business AssociationsPower of agent to bind principal
39Business AssociationsVicarious liability of principal for acts of agent
40Business AssociationsFiduciary duties between principal and agent
41Business AssociationsCreation of partnerships
42Business AssociationsPower and liability of partners
43Business AssociationsRights of partners among themselves
44Business AssociationsDissolution
45Business AssociationsSpecial rules concerning limited partnerships
46Business AssociationsFormation of organizations
47Business AssociationsPre-organization transactions
48Business AssociationsPiercing the veil
49Business AssociationsFinancing the organization
50Business AssociationsManagement and control
51Business AssociationsFiduciary duties
52Business AssociationsClose corporations and special control devices
53Business AssociationsOrganizational structure including relationships between parents and subsidiaries
54Business AssociationsShareholder and member litigation: direct, derivative, and class litigation
55Conflict of LawsDomicile
56Conflict of LawsJurisdiction of courts
57Conflict of LawsChoice of law
58Conflict of LawsRecognition and enforcement of other states’ judgments and foreign judgments
59Family LawGetting married
60Family LawBeing married
61Family LawSeparation, divorce, dissolution, and annulment
62Family LawChild custody
63Family LawRights of unmarried cohabitants
64Family LawParent, child, and state
65Family LawAdoption
66Family LawAlternatives to adoption
67Secured TransactionsGeneral UCC principles
68Secured TransactionsApplicability and definitions (§ 9-101, et seq.)
69Secured TransactionsValidity of security agreements and rights of parties (§ 9-201, et seq.)
70Secured TransactionsRights of third parties; perfected and unperfected security interests; rules of priority (§ 9-301, et seq.)
71Secured TransactionsDefault (§ 9-601, et seq.)
72Wills, Trusts, and EstatesIntestate succession
73Wills, Trusts, and EstatesWills
74Wills, Trusts, and EstatesFamily protection
75Wills, Trusts, and EstatesLiving wills and durable health care powers
76Wills, Trusts, and EstatesTrusts
77Wills, Trusts, and EstatesFuture interests
78Wills, Trusts, and EstatesConstruction problems