A lot of my friends who passed the Bar are telling me contradicting stuff about NJ exam.
My main focus now is the MBE and the 4 major NY essay topics (Business Corp, NY Civil Pro, Wills Trust & Estate, Domestic Relation); Those are already giving me enough of hard time that I don't think I can spend another $600 to pay for a tutor who can help me with NJ essays.
One group of my friends are telling me nothing is being tested on the NJ Bar; just study NY as much as possible, I won't need a thing. If I pass the NY exam, NJ will automatically be a passing exam.
On the other hand, significant group of people are telling me that if I don't spend substantial time studying the NJ Civil Pro., no matter how well I write my answers for other subjects, I'm going to bomb out the exam and fail miserably.
Realistically speaking, with only 3 weeks left in the exam, what should I do with the NJ Bar?