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.
You can also click here, which will take you directly to the form. It’s that easy! Once you sign up, you will soon have access to our online MPRE materials.
We also have MPRE printed study materials available. If you would prefer to receive the free printed MPRE Practice Questions or MPRE Study guide, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your shipping address.
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You will most likely have to take the MPRE in order to be eligible for admission to your state’s bar. However, if you are planning on practicing in Maryland, Wisconsin, and Puerto Rico, congratulations, you do not have to take the MPRE. If you are in Connecticut or New Jersey, then you can take a law school course on professional responsibility instead of having to take the MPRE.
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Check out our handy chart to see what score you need on the MPRE. The minimum passing score is 75 and the maximum is 86.
To check out your jurisdiction’s MPRE requirements, visit NCBE’s website or contact your jurisdiction’s board of bar examiners.
For more information about AmeriBar’s bar exam courses, hover over courses in the black tool bar above and click on your jurisdiction.
We wish you the best of luck on passing the MPRE! For some helpful tips, check out our blog post 5 Rules You Need to Know for the MPRE.