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The online exam consists of six subjects with a total of 1,000 questions. I need a word document of all 1000 questions by subject (either six documents or each subject separated somehow) along with the answer explanations for each question (when you answer the question correctly, an answer explanation is supplied).
I need someone to answer the questions by choosing answers until they get the correct one and then copying this question with answer to the appropriate subject category in the document and then slightly formatting the question (see below)
It seems as if the Graded Practice Exams cannot be opened. When you click on the link to open let's say MBE Practice Exam 1 (50 Timed Questions), the page takes you to instructions, and then when you click on continue at the bottom, you get re-directed back to the home page. Therefore, you must choose the "25 Random Questions Per Session." KEEP IN MIND THAT SOME OF THESE RANDOM QUESTIONS ARE REPEATED - YOU MUST BE AWARE OF THIS AND MUST NOT DUPLICATE QUESTIONS. I NEED THE 1000 UNIQUE QUESTIONS - NO DUPLICATES.
It should take about 10 seconds per question to find the right answer and copy it. It should take some time to weed out duplicates. Overall, this should take 3-7 hours. I need it done ASAP!!!!!
This is how the WORD or text document should look:
Constitutional Law Practice MBE Questions
Sandy City seeks to raise revenue, and builds a new town square which offers weekly fireworks shows organized and produced by the city. These draw thousands of people and are well received. A local philanthropic group, seeking to raise money for land mine victims, asks the city if they can produce a fireworks show of their own. The city agrees and People Against Landmines (PALM) hires Joe Prucci, a fireworks artist of great renown. Prucci designs a show, heads to the square and begins to set up. A city official instantly shuts Prucci down, stating that he can only use city-manufactured fireworks (not those of his own design) for fear that his own fireworks will fly too far and set a nearby factory building on fire. (The city-manufactured fireworks are known to fly a safe distance.) PALM files suit, seeking to allow Prucci to install his own fireworks and produce his own show. The court will most likely:
A. Find for PALM since art is protected by the First Amendment and the city rule interferes with Prucci's freedom of expression.
B. Find for Sandy City, since the fireworks show is not speech and, therefore, is not protected by the First Amendment.
C. Find for PALM, since the city rule is not the least restrictive method for achieving the city's goals.
D. Find for Sandy City, since the rule is a reasonable time, place and manner restriction.
The Answer is D. Sandy City will prevail because its rule is a reasonable time, place and manner restriction. Here we are dealing with protected First Amendment speech, since speech is not limited to spoken words but includes all things that communicate an idea. Content of speech generally can not be limited, but the conduct of speech in public forums can be regulated as long as there is a reasonable time, place and manner restriction. Additionally, the restriction must be content neutral, narrowly tailored and leave open alternative channels of communication. Sandy City meets these requirements: the images displayed by the fireworks are not controlled, just the means of showing them; the rule is narrowly tailored and does not regulate substantially more speech than is necessary to further a significant government interest (i.e.-preventing a factory fire); and alternative channels of communication are available via the city's equipment and fireworks. A is incorrect. While art is protected by the First Amendment, it may still be regulated by reasonable time, place and manner regulations, as indicated above. C is incorrect. It states the wrong standard. To be valid, a time, place and manner regulation need not be the least restrictive means for achieving the desired result, only narrowly tailored to the result. B is incorrect. Art is protected by the First Amendment. As discussed above, the First Amendment's freedom of speech guarantee protects more than merely spoken or written words; it includes conduct and other forms of expression undertaken to communicate an idea such as this fireworks show.