HIV is a blood virus so this means you cannot pass it through saliva, physical contact or breathing. Once you get it; it simply waits inside your white blood cells (cells of the immune system) for an impulse to break up. Once these immune cells get activated with a simple disease such diarrhoea, they multiply; and as they do this they release viro-particles into the blood stream. These viro-particles will then infect other white blood cells. This process continues from cell to cell until your immune cells can no longer give an immune response to your illnesses or disease. At this point you have AIDS so with no immune response in your body, you start to have symptoms such as fevers, chills and sweats.
The MEE consists of six 30-minute questions. Areas of law that may be covered on the MEE include the following: Business Associations (Agency and Partnership; Corporations and Limited Liability Companies), Civil Procedure, Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Contracts (including Article 2 [Sales] of the Uniform Commercial Code), Criminal Law and Procedure, Evidence, Family Law, Real Property, Torts, Trusts and Estates (Decedents' Estates; Trusts and Future Interests), and Article 9 (Secured Transactions) of the Uniform Commercial Code. Some questions may include issues in more than one area of law. The particular areas covered vary from exam to exam.