What is the MPRE? | When should I take the MPRE? | How does LawTutors prepare me for the MPRE?
What is the MPRE?
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) is a two hour and five minute test consisting of 60 multiple choice questions (10 questions are not graded) administered by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE). The MPRE tests the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, as amended, along with the ABA Code of Judicial Conduct.
When should I take the MPRE?
The MPRE is offered three times a year in March, August and November. Unlike the Bar Exam, law school graduation is not a prerequisite for sitting for the exam.
We at LawTutors recommend that examinees wait until completing the professional responsibility course offered in law school. This ensures that the subject matter is fresh and that you have flexibility between the MPRE and the Bar Exam for studying.
How does LawTutors prepare me for the MPRE?
Our Attorney Instructors not only scored in the highest rankings nationally on the MPRE, but have an amazing knack for guiding students through the rules and applying them in a multiple choice format. The LawTutors MPRE program incorporates what we consider to be our “in-house” recipe with what is commercially available. We take time to get to know your strengths and proclivities.
Your attorney instructor will help you understand the substance of the MPRE material. In addition, your instructor will take you through MPRE questions with “quizzes” and worksheets, as well as practice exams. They will go through the questions with you and assist you in determining why you got some answers right and others wrong.
Your Attorney Instructor will also tailor a calendar and study schedule specific to your needs. We strive to offer tutoring according to your class, work and home schedule.