It’s that time of year. July bar exam results have come out in many states. While some people are celebrating, others are receiving disappointing news. Unfortunately, not everyone passes the bar exam on their first try. If you are one of those people, you might find yourself wondering what your chances of passing the bar exam are on your second try, and how best to study for the bar exam the second time.
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While the Bar Exam gets all the attention as the standardized exam standing between you and your dreams of becoming a lawyer, the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) is also required for admission to the bar in almost every state. The MPRE is a multiple-choice exam, testing legal ethics and professional responsibilities of practicing attorneys. Here’s everything you need to know about the MPRE.
The bar exam is a stressful process. It involves months of studying, and two days of testing. It is something you hope to only do once. But what happens if you fail the bar exam? Can you retake the bar exam?
Is the bar exam hard? And which state has the hardest bar exam? These are questions law students frequently ask. Until a few years ago, there were definitely states that were known for harder bar exams, and states that were known for easier bar exams.