Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE)
Free Study Package
Our package includes everything you need to make your preparation as efficient and effective as possible:
Professor Marino's MPRE Lecture, which includes his method to approach the different categories of multiple choice questions.
Comprehensive Outline, which includes over 90 real MPRE questions to help you practice.
The Marino Memory Booster, which is a concise document containing the most essential rules for the MPRE.
Two FULL MPRE Practice Exams to test your skills and knowledge.
Study when and where is most convenient for you! Now available online and on-demand.
Professor Marino has taken the same method that has helped thousands of students pass the bar exam, and applied to the MPRE. Just like in bar review, our MPRE Program combines substantive legal knowledge with Exam Performance skill building. By using this method, we ensure that you are not only learning the rules but also learning how to apply them to the questions on the MPRE.
About the Exam
Upcoming Exam Dates and Deadlines:
Saturday, November 2, 2013
|Saturday, March 29, 2014||Saturday, August 9, 2014||Saturday, November 1, 2014|
|Regular Registration and Fee||
September 10, 2013- $73
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|Late Registration and Fee||September 26, 2013 - $146||TBD - $146||
TBD - $146
|TBD - $146|
Registration for the 2014 MPRE Exam Dates opens December 17, 2013. Please see the National Conference of Bar Examiners' website for more information.
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) is a 60-question, two-hour-and-five-minute, multiple-choice examination designed to test an examinee’s understanding of the rules governing a lawyer’s professional conduct. This includes disciplinary rules of professional conduct found in the American Bar Association (ABA) Model Rules of Professional Conduct (MPRC) and the ABA Code of Judicial Conduct (CJC), as well as controlling constitutional decisions and generally accepted principles established in leading federal and state cases and in procedural and evidentiary rules.
The MPRE is required for admission to the bar in all but three U.S. jurisdictions. The MPRE standard scaled scores range from 50 to 150. New York requires a target standard scaled score of 85 points and New Jersey requires 75. The MPRE is administered nationwide each March, August, and November. Students can sit for the MPRE in any state and have their scores transferred to another state for admission at a later date.