Well this is it! You have made it to the third and final section of the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). After today you will have a complete understanding of the basics of each section and we can go a little further into study strategies for each. So without further ado, I present to you the Multistate Performance Test (MPT).
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In our last post we began to explore the specifics of the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE), starting with the multiple-choice section of the UBE, the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE). In this post we will move on to the essay portion of the UBE, the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE).
As we saw in the last post, the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) is just one of three parts of the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). Let’s start with some basics about the MBE.
The Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) is a standardized two-day exam created by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) that allows for admission to become a lawyer into the states that accept this exam. It is offered twice per year on the last Tuesday and Wednesday of February and July. It is made up of three sections tested across two days.
When non-lawyers and even law students speak of the Bar Exam, it’s usually something that seems shrouded in mystery. But we are here to shed some light on that mystery. In its simplest form, the Bar Exam is the standardized test that allows you to be admitted to practice law in your state after you graduate law school. But it is much more than that. The Bar Exam will test your patience, time management skills, active memorization skills, and ability to deal with a lot of information you are uncomfortable with and are never truly certain about. This test will be unlike any you have taken before, including in law school. But as long as you have a plan of action and you put in the work, you will be fine.