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Here's what you'll get when you use Quimbee MPRE Review:
Two full-length diagnostic exams
Quimbee MPRE Review includes two diagnostic exams that were designed to mimic the real MPRE. You'll hone your time-management skills and ensure that you have the right level of understanding to pass the MPRE.
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Your tasks, your way.
Your daily tasks form the basis of your course. With Quimbee, you’ll be able to complete your tasks the way you want to complete them. You can follow our pre-made calendar, designed to help you study in the most effective, efficient way possible. Or, switch to list view and complete tasks on your own schedule. Either way, you’ll be able to monitor your progress as you work your way to acing your exam.
A comprehensive, expert written outline
Quimbee Outlines are meticulously written by attorneys and former law professors to ensure that every relevant topic is covered. Quimbee's legal ethics outline was tailored specifically to the MPRE, so you can be sure you're learning everything you need to know.
Beautifully designed video lessons
Quimbee MPRE Review includes professionally designed video lessons that break down the subject of legal ethics into bite-sized, entertaining chunks.
Advanced performance statistics
Once you complete the course, you'll be able to view your proficiency in each of the topics tested on the MPRE. This way, you'll know which areas you need spend extra time on before your exam.
Frequently asked questions
What is the MPRE?
According to the National Conference of Bar Examiners: “The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) is a two-hour, 60-question multiple-choice examination developed by NCBE that is administered three times per year. It is required for admission to the bars of all but three U.S. jurisdictions (Maryland, Wisconsin, and Puerto Rico). (In addition, Connecticut and New Jersey accept successful completion of a law school course on professional responsibility in lieu of a passing score on the MPRE.) Because MPRE requirements vary from one jurisdiction to another, examinees are advised to check with the bar admission agency in the jurisdiction to which they seek admission before registering for the MPRE. Passing scores are established by each jurisdiction.
“The purpose of the MPRE is to measure examinees' knowledge and understanding of established standards related to the professional conduct of lawyers. The MPRE is not a test to determine an individual’s personal ethical values. Lawyers serve in many capacities: for example, as judges, advocates, counselors, and in other roles. The law governing the conduct of lawyers in these roles is applied in disciplinary and bar admission procedures, and by courts in dealing with issues of appearance, representation, privilege, disqualification, and contempt or other censure, and in lawsuits seeking to establish liability for malpractice and other civil or criminal wrongs committed by a lawyer while acting in a professional capacity.”
When should I take the MPRE?
Most law students take the MPRE in the spring semester of their second year or the fall semester of their third year, after they have taken a course in professional responsibility or legal ethics.
How do I register for the MPRE?
To register for the MPRE, you’ll need to create an account on the NCBE website.
What is a passing MPRE Score?
The MPRE is scored based on a scale ranging from 50 (low) to 150 (high). Each jurisdiction sets its own minimum-passing score. Minimum-passing scores range from 75 to 86. The NCBE’s website provides further details on how the MPRE is scored.