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Quimbee’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Details on how Quimbee is helping law students continue to study for classes and the bar exam without interruption during the COVID-19 pandemic.

(Last updated July 23, 2020) 

As law schools and bar exam jurisdictions across the United States adapt to the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the team at Quimbee is working hard to make sure that our customers can continue to study for classes and the bar exam without any interruption in service. 

We're staying flexible as bar exam schedules change

In the event that your state or jurisdiction postpones the bar exam due to COVID-19, Quimbee Bar Review and Quimbee MBE Review have you covered. Our flexible study schedule makes it easy to adapt if your exam date changes, and you can defer your study start date for free at any time. Both Quimbee Bar Review and Quimbee MBE Review are 100% online. We've added two dates in September as course options to accommodate jurisdictions that delay their bar exams until the fall, like New York, Connecticut, Hawaii, and Massachusetts have done.  Both courses also offer optional print materials that can be mailed directly to you. 

If you currently have a Quimbee Bar Review or Quimbee MBE Review course and need to change your exam date, chat with us online and we will update your schedule for you.

More details about jurisdiction updates

We’ll continue to monitor closely all changes to states' and jurisdictions' bar exam schedules. The National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) has announced that they will "make bar exam materials available for two fall administrations in 2020: September 9-10 and September 30-October 1."  On June 1, the NCBE announced that it will also "provide a limited set of questions (MBE, MEE, MPT) to jurisdictions for an emergency remote testing option for local admission during the COVID-19 crisis" on October 5-6.

Additionally, on July 14, the NCBE announce that the "MPRE scheduled for August 11 and 12 at Pearson VUE testing centers is proceeding as scheduled. Candidates who prefer to opt out of testing on August 11 or 12 may cancel their test appointment up until 48 hours prior to their scheduled appointment time by contacting Pearson VUE and requesting a full refund for their exam fees." 

The NCBE is a great resource for updates on how and when individual jurisdictions will administer the MPRE, the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE) and jurisdiction-specific bar exams.  See the NCBE COVID-19 updates page

All study aids are always available for you online

Since the beginning, Quimbee has operated as a 100% digital company, so you can be confident that you'll always be able to use our case briefs, coursesoutlines, essay practice exams, multiple-choice questions, and flashcards to stay ahead in your law school classes and exams. Our team has worked together remotely for years to deliver the best online legal study aids and is well equipped to continue doing so throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Quimbee's study aids can also be accessed through our free mobile app (available for iOS and Android) to make it even easier to study remotely. 

If you need help with Quimbee Bar Review or our study aids, you can reach us by clicking the chat icon in the bottom right corner of this page, or email us at [email protected]