Kaplan also has checkpoint quizzes at the end of each subject. Florida is notorious for scaling DOWN on the Florida side. And a key way to do that is rock out those multiple choice questions.
So don't think Kaplan or Barbri has some massive advantage. Now why are the multiple choice questions such a big deal, you might wonder. Statistically to be able to pass Florida you need to score between 50-65% on the MC. But many people neglect to worry about the MC and focus only on the essays.
It is the usual multiple-choice format with four possible answers. This test lets you practice 175 real MBE questions on Criminal Law and Procedure.
Approximately half of the Criminal Law and Procedure questions on the MBE will be based on category V, and approximately half will be based on the remaining categories – I, II, III, and IV.
Barbri predominately focuses on essays for Florida but really harps on memorization.
Kaplan has a QBank for Florida but I will tell you that it has approximately 400 questions (I would know, I did most of them).
You aren't going to have the help like you will for MBE to have perfect answers in the back of your book or online so you can figure out where you went right or wrong.
The best you can do, friends, is to know those laws to the point that you are literally saying them in your sleep.
So try to practice as many essays as you can but feel free to bitch about it. Anything that wasn't highlighted was then deleted from my outline, I reprinted, and the process began again.
Find some way that you can memorize the black letter laws for Florida.