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Is there an MPRE examination center near your law school? What is your summer job like? Have you taken professional responsibility yet? You likely will not have the time to study for the exam.
Instead, head to the MPRE website now and register for the upcoming spring semester offering before registration closes! Otherwise, they stressed that preparation is relatively minimal, especially in comparison to the bar exam. Most notably, an increase in the registration fees and steps to phase in a new computer-based testing format fully transitioned by the March exam. Also note that the late registration deadline is only one week later. All other examinees will take the paper-based exam at an LSAC test center.
It includes our MPRE Maximizer last-minute quick-study cram packet of legal ethics rules, exceptions and broad topic areas.
So you better reinforce the rules of professional responsibility, the code of judicial conduct and the law of lawyering.
It covers everything about ethics. Ten of them will go unscored. You have two hours to complete it all. While nowhere near as long or as demanding as the bar exam, the MPRE is definitely in a category of its own. Just how hard is the MPRE? It can be complex and tricky. All by design. This is a good idea; however, do not rely solely on your PR class notes as a way to streamline your preparation. Plus, the hypos you encounter in PR class are likely to be quite different than the scenarios presented in the MPRE questions.
The course has a video lecture component and a ton of practice questions. Overall, the MPRE is an exam that requires knowledge of the rules and the application of the rules.
Know that studying for one night is simply not enough. It is best to take some time off and really dive into the material. Your hard work will pay off in the long run.
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