Bar Exam Practice
Question of the Day

Work towards a passing score on the Bar Exam by building practice into your daily routine.

Build prep into your daily routine!

Get a question delivered to your inbox every day, with a detailed explanation of the correct answer. The next time you see a similar question—you’ll be ready.
Sign up below to receive Question of the Day.

Bar Practice Question for August 7th

An owner decides to sell his home. He puts it on the market and receives an offer from a realtor, who is acting for an unspecified client. The owner accepts the offer. Prior to closing, the owner talks to his neighbor, who has just sold his own house. The neighbor informs him that the unspecified client is actually a large retail chain that was tricking the owner by contacting him through the realtor. The neighbor also informs the owner that the retail chain would have paid the owner twice what they offered him, because acquiring his house is key to their long-term development plans. Upon learning this, the owner refuses to close on the house. The retail chain comes to you seeking legal counsel.

What do you advise?

Ready to pass the Bar Exam?

Let's get started

Kaplan | 750 Third Ave | New York, NY 10017
© Kaplan Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions