I Can’t Pass the MPRE!
Can’t pass the MPRE? Have you taken the MPRE once, twice, three times, four times, or more? You are not alone! We have had students come to us for private tutoring for the MPRE on their seventh time taking it. We also have students who take the MPRE multiple times yet pass the bar exam on their first try.
There is something about the MPRE that makes it very difficult for very smart, successful students to pass!
So, if you can’t seem to pass the MPRE, you may need to change your approach completely! Sometimes changing how you are thinking about and preparing for the MPRE can make a big difference in score.
Ashley Heidemann from JD Advising LLC (pictured first on the left in the second row, above) participates in the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Professionalism in Action program.
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law hosts
Professionalism in Action Event
Have You Failed the MPRE Three Times? (Or Four Times, Or Five Times)…
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) is tougher than it may seem at first glance. Many students have to take the MPRE not once, but twice, three times, or more! So if you find you have failed the MPRE three times, you are definitely not alone! The good news is, to our knowledge anyway, it is not on your record and we have never heard of an employer asking if you failed the MPRE! So, while it may be a hassle, and while those application fees can be expensive, and while you may hate wasting more than one Saturday morning on it, at least it is not going to leave any kind of blemish on your record. In this post, we tell you how to move past the MPRE and pass it the next time you take it! (You may also want to check out this post about why failing the MPRE can be a good thing!)