Mpre Review

Written by Jill Morrison
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A MPRE Review can effectively help students to excel on their Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE). The MPRE is a part of the Bar Exam and must be passed in order to become an attorney. However, the exam is not given at the same time as the Bar Exam. It is typically given prior to taking the Bar Exam.

MPRE Review Basics

The MPRE Exam consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and lasts two hours and five minutes. The exam is designed to measure an individual's knowledge of rules and professional conduct as a lawyer. A MPRE review may help students realize what these principals are.

In addition to an MPRE review, it is recommended that students take an ethics course. The combination of these two study methods often provides successful results. A student can take the MPRE as early as desired while they are enrolled in law school.

The MPRE Exam can be taken in any state, regardless of the state you will take the Bar Exam. Your scores can be transferred to another state for the Bar Exam. Therefore, any review program for the MPRE should be efficient in improving scores for law students on the MPRE.

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