The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE)
NCBE contracts with the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) to provide test registration and administration for the MPRE, while NCBE performs scoring and score reporting to examinees and jurisdictions. NCBE also makes decisions on requests for test accommodations by examinees with disabilities. Please direct inquiries pertaining to the MPRE as follows:
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Phone: (215) 504-3886
Fax: (215) 968-1277
Score Services Dept.
Phone: (608) 280-8550
MPRE Testing Accommodations
Phone: (608) 316-3070
Fax: (608) 316-3119
The MPRE is required for admission to the bars of all but three U.S. jurisdictions (Maryland, Wisconsin, and Puerto Rico). A list of jurisdictions currently using the MPRE is available on the MPRE FAQs page. Passing scores are established by each jurisdiction. Since the MPRE requirements vary from one jurisdiction to another, examinees are advised to check with the board of bar examiners in each jurisdiction where admission is being sought before registering for the MPRE. Contact information for jurisdictions can be found in the Bar Admission Offices Directory on the home page.
NCBE and LSAC take steps to ensure that MPRE registration materials are properly handled and processed, and that exams and answer sheets are properly prepared, printed, handled, and scored. In the unlikely event that a mistake occurs in preparing, handling, processing, scoring, or reporting scores, NCBE will correct the error, if possible, or permit the affected examinee(s) either to retest at no additional fee or to receive a refund of the examination fee(s). These remedies are the exclusive remedies available to examinees for errors in preparing, handling, or processing registration materials; in printing, handling, or processing exams and exam answer sheets; and/or in determining or reporting scores.
The MPRE is owned by NCBE and is a secure exam protected by U.S. copyright laws. NCBE strictly prohibits copying, reproducing, or disclosing any MPRE questions or answers, whether via electronic, telephonic, written, oral, or other means, to any party or to any public forum during or after the exam. NCBE will use every legal means available to protect its copyrighted materials. Any unauthorized disclosure of MPRE content could result in civil liability, criminal penalties, cancellation of test scores, denial of applications to sit for future exams, denial of bar applications on character and fitness grounds, and/or disciplinary action by bar authorities.
- Introduction to the MPRE
- Overview of the MPRE
- Preparing for the MPRE
- Test Dates, Deadlines, and Fees
- Register for the MPRE
- ADA Testing Accommodations
- Admission Tickets and Test Centers
- MPRE Test Day Policies
- MPRE Score Services
- FAQs - MPRE