What is on the Mpre?
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Hereof, how many questions do you need to get right on the Mpre?
Note that many law schools and bar review courses say that a score of approximately 32 correctly-answered questions will lead to a score of approximately 85. Our general recommendation is that if you are scoring between 30 and 35 on most practice exams, you are in the passing range.
Similarly, does it matter where you take the Mpre? All states, except for Maryland and Wisconsin, require a passing score on the MPRE exam in order to be admitted to practice. Unlike the bar exam, you can take the MPRE in any state and have your score submitted to another state.
Considering this, how do I prepare for the Mpre?
Study tips for the MPRE. Begin your MPRE preparation at least 2 weeks before the exam (3-4 weeks before the exam is ideal so you won't have to cram!) Read through the rules at least twice in their entirety (yes, actually READ the rules).
How many hours should you study for the Mpre?
Our general advice for how long you should study for the MPRE is as follows: It is helpful to take the MPRE after you take Professional Responsibility. Then you should plan on, as a general rule, starting at least a month out. Study between 4 and 6 hours a week. Focus first on memorizing the rules.