8 last-minute tips for passing the MPRE

Although the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) might seem like a walk in the park compared to the bar exam, you don’t want a failed MPRE standing between you and a law license. For those of you cramming for the MPRE, here are 8 last-second tips for passing the MPRE: Read the last sentence of the prompt first (i.e., the actual question). This will help you know what to look for when reading the rest of the prompt. The National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) provides a list of common terms used in MPRE prompts and how to interpret them. Similarly, when reading through the prompt, start to formulate what you think the correct answer choice might look like. By doing so, you’re less likely to waste time analyzing incorrect choices. Eliminate answer choices that contradict the facts in the prompt. MPRE questions  will sometimes include answer choices that don’t even align with the facts is presented in the prompt. Pay attention to…

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