AmeriBar, the nation’s second oldest national bar review course provider, announces the launch of a bar review course for the Massachusetts bar exam.
The MPRE tests many legal concepts. Some rules are tested repeatedly. Here is a video detailing five questions you’ll likely encounter on the MPRE.
The National Conference of Bar Examiners announced that the format of the MBE will change starting on the February 2017 bar exam. Although the number of total questions (200) will not change, the number of experimental questions will increase from 10 to 25. This means that 175 questions will count towards your score.
Waiting for your bar results is, unfortunately, the nature of the beast. While some of you may only be waiting four weeks (North Carolina), some of you are going to be in it for the long haul of 13 or 14 weeks (Georgia and Texas respectively). So how do you keep your sanity intact while … Read more
Congratulations on getting to this point in your bar exam preparation! We understand that as the days before the exam begin to dwindle, your stress level rises. If you go into these last few days of preparation with a game plan, you won’t succumb to the stress. Bar Exam Tips Have a study schedule. Continue … Read more
As the MPRE approaches, don’t forget about our free MPRE course! (It can also be helpful to you in your law school’s Professional Responsibility course.) To access our free MPRE course, you can do one of two things. First, you can click on MPRE in the black banner at the top of this screen and sign up. … Read more