Bar Exam Study Tips & Info


Learn About the Bar

The Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) is a standardized Bar exam designed by NCBE to test the knowledge and skills lawyers need before they’re licensed. The UBE is made up of the MBE, MEE, MPT, and MPRE exams.  Get started by reading about the Bar.


Bar Study Tips

Mitigate stress associated with taking the Bar Exam by preparing thoroughly and giving yourself the prep time you need to be successful. Here are some of our top Bar study tips and strategies to research before beginning your studies:

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The Bar Exam in Your State

Each state has unique requirements for practicing law. Some accept the UBE, though the passing scores are different in each state, while others have their own state-specific Bar Exam.

Learn about what you need to practice law in your state.

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The NextGen Bar

The NCBE has announced that a new NextGen Bar exam will replace the current Bar exam in July of 2026. We will walk you through what’s tested on the new Bar exam, how it will be administered, and when changes will be rolled out.