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The Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) is a two-day exam that tests a prospective lawyer’s knowledge of the law across multiple jurisdictions. It consists of the Multistate Performance Test (MPT), the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE), and the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE).


The MPT and MEE assess your ability to apply law to fact patterns. The MPT  is one of the most important parts of the bar exam. It is a written test that assesses a law student's ability to apply legal principles and facts to a given scenario. The MPT is the "closed universe" portion of the exam, in which instructions, data, cases, statutes, and other reference material is supplied by the examiners. 

The MEE essays will test your knowledge on Business Associations (Agency & Partnership, Corporations, and Limited Liability Companies), Conflict of Laws, Family Law, Trusts & Estates, Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, and all the MBE subjects. 

The MPT and MEE scores are scaled to the MBE. The MEE is weighted 30%, the MPT is weighted 20%, and the MBE is weighted 50%. 

As experienced bar exam tutors, we can help you develop a personalized study plan and provide the resources and support necessary to help you succeed on the UBE.

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