BARBRI Bar Review

Five reasons why BARBRI MBE Immersion really matters

April 1, 2021

By Mike Sims, BARBRI President The BARBRI MBE Immersion workshop is one of the first activities you’ll encounter before you start your substantive bar review lectures (with the exception of our friends studying for Louisiana). While we understand that you may not feel as excited as we do about studying for the bar exam, here […]

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Unraveling the mystery of the Multistate Performance Test (MPT)

March 26, 2021

By Marta Young, BARBRI Institutional Programs Course Instructor If just the thought of the Multistate Performance Test (lovingly called the MPT) is raising your blood pressure, trust me, you are not alone. Each bar review session, I hear from students with high levels of anxiety over this test. If you fall into this category, keep […]

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What’s the best approach to MBE questions?

March 26, 2021

By Roger Meslar, BARBRI Sr. Director of MBE Testing and Assessments During the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE), you’ll answer 200 multiple-choice questions over a total 6-hour timeframe – 100 questions in the 3-hour morning session and 100 in the 3-hour afternoon session. This means that you’ll have an average of 1.8 minutes to answer each […]

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The BARBRI Simulated MBE (and follow-up webinar) is crucial

March 26, 2021

By Sara Valentine, Capital University Law School  Okay, let me just be the first to thank BARBRI for the Simulated MBE. I know, that seems like an odd thing to say, but nothing could have better prepared me for the bar exam than to sit down for six hours and do 200 multiple-choice MBE questions. […]

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Bar exam study tips: Thoroughly review the explanatory answers

March 26, 2021

Explanatory answers can be one of your best teachers of the law In bar prep, explanatory answers exist for an important reason: to simply break down the rules and how they work, driving to a deeper understanding of the law. Sometimes you can learn as much or more from spending time and really digging in […]

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Bar exam study tips: Grapple with the MBE materials

March 26, 2021

By Stephanie Goetz, BARBRI Director of Publishing and Online Course Creation More doesn’t automatically mean better In preparing for the Multistate portion of the bar exam, many students think the best strategy is to tackle the largest quantity of multiple-choice practice questions as if it’s a race to reach some magic number. The truth is, […]

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ABA data proves it: When more students take BARBRI, more students pass the bar exam

February 19, 2021

In a recent study, BARBRI’s data scientists evaluated pass rates reported by every ABA accredited law school, in every jurisdiction for the past three years*. We then compared the results of students at those schools who studied for their first exam with BARBRI Bar Review with those who studied with another course or some other […]

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Studies show BARBRI students score more points on the bar exam

February 19, 2021

The bar exam is arguably the most important and most difficult test of your life. Nobody wants to fail. Everybody wants to walk into the exam with the confidence that they are going to pass, the first time. BARBRI students are best equipped to perform at the highest levels on exam day. In all of […]

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How long is the BARBRI Bar Review course? What will I do during the BARBRI course?

February 1, 2021

How long is the BARBRI Bar Review course? What will I really do during the BARBRI Bar Review course? These are great questions and ones we hear often. The first thing to know is that, at BARBRI, data drives everything we do, and we are guided by one principle: Helping YOU pass YOUR bar exam […]

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9/10 BARBRI students pass the bar, but we don’t care about bar exam pass rates. Here’s why.

January 31, 2021

It’s easy to get caught up in bar exam pass rates when considering your bar prep options. The reality is that about 9 out of 10 BARBRI students who do the average amount of work pass the bar. That’s impressive … but we don’t care about that number, and neither should you. We recommend that […]

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