Yup. That’s why people usually spend from May (after they graduate law school) to the end of July (when they take the exam) to study.
After a quick search, here’s the Kaplan Bar Review for NY, from Harvard. If you go down to page 6, you’ll see that the topics on the bar used to be:
Criminal Law and Procedure
NY distinctions (from other states)
CPLR (Civil Practice Law and Rules)
Agency and Partnership
Wills and Estates
Trusts (this is usually combined with the previous topic)
Administrative Law (what I do now)
UCC Article 9 (specific part of Contract law covering the Uniform Commercial Code for Secured Transactions)
Professional Responsibility (ethics - don’t sleep with your clients or embezzle funds)
Worker’s Compensation/No-Fault insurance
I guess at some point recently, NY changed to the MEE (Multi-state Essay Exam) and the subjects changed.
Oops, forgot to post the link.