Practice questions, study guides and an engaging lecturer (Professor Zachary Kramer) help you prep for the MPRE. Our free review course can help you be prepared and get a great score on the MPRE.

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“Are MPRE practice questions available?

“Where can I find key MPRE dates?

Themis’s MPRE lecturer, Zachary Kramer, is one of the best — want to see why?

Professor Zachary Kramer has analyzed countless MPRE questions and exams to help you understand how the examiners test the complexities of the Rules of Professional Responsibility, the Code of Judicial Conduct, and the law of lawyering. Best of all, Professor Kramer’s lectures are not only informative, but entertaining...dare we say, even fun? Don’t believe us? Check out the video for a sneak peek.

The MPRE happens three times each year usually in March, August and November.

Looking for details on the minimum passing score? It varies from state to state.

Our MPRE Review course is designed around getting you a passing score on your first try. Getting stuck on the MPRE is bad news as it can delay your bar exam application thereafter. We can help make sure you pass it. Learn more about the Themis MPRE Review course and get started. Best of all it's free. (Seriously.)

Mark your calendars

Upcoming dates and deadlines for the November 2019 MPRE

Thursday, September 19

MPRE On-Time Registration Deadline

Thursday, September 26

MPRE Late Registration Deadline

Saturday, November 9

The MPRE Exam

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Themis provides expert guidance for the MPRE including over 200 practice questions with detailed answer explanations developed by Themis experts as well as outlines to help you stay on track.

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MPRE Registration

You'll need to register for an account on the NCBE website if you haven't already.

Once you've created an account, you will have access to many features such as MPRE registration and the ability to transfer or request a copy of your MBE, MPRE, or UBE score, among others.

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Changes to the 2019 and 2020 MPRE.

The MPRE will transition from a paper-based exam to a computer-based delivery platform starting in August 2019. A limited number of test takers for the August and November 2019 administrations will be randomly selected to take the computer-based exam, while all others will take the paper-based exam. The question format, content, and scoring of the MPRE will not change. Registration is currently open for any 2019 MPRE date. For the most up-to-date information on the MPRE visit the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) website.

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