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Each state bar exam is unique, but most use a two-to three-day format incorporating the nationally administered Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) - a six-hour, 200-question multiple choice exam as a component. "State specific" law is often covered on a second day of testing, usually in essay format. Select a specific state within BARBRI.com for more information.
It is scheduled twice a year, in February and July. The standardized MBE is always administered on the last Wednesday of February and July.
With the BARBRI Guarantee, if you take a BARBRI Bar Review course for the first time for a particular state and you do not pass that state's bar exam or do not sit for that state's bar exam, you may repeat the same course online once for the same state, the next time a course is offered, without paying additional tuition.
Your repeat course is only available for the next exam offered and does not include any upgrades, including supplemental workshops or a second set of books; however, all guarantee students are entitled to new lecture handouts with their repeat course.
If a new edition of books has been released, you must pay a $250 refundable book deposit plus shipping and handling fees to enroll in the repeat course and you will be shipped a new set of books. If the edition of books is the same as those used in your original course but you wish to receive another set of books, you must pay another $250 refundable book deposit plus shipping fees before books can be shipped to you.