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 is administered entirely on a computer-based delivery platform at one of any Pearson VUE testing centers. The exam is administered over a two-hour period and consists of 60 multiple-choice questions: 50 scored questions and 10 unscored pretest questions. Scores are based on the number of questions answered correctly; points are not subtracted for incorrect answers, so answering all questions is encouraged.
For the most up-to-date information on the MPRE, visit the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) website.
Dates and deadlines for the 2020 MPRE are listed below.
Monday, September 14, 2020
Friday/Wednesday, October 23/28, 2020
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Once you've created an NCBE account, you will have the ability to register for the MPRE and to transfer or request a copy of your MBE, MPRE, or UBE score. Registration opens in December.Register for the MPRE
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