How many times can you fail the MPRE?
You may be wondering how many times you can fail the MPRE. Maybe you found out you failed. Or maybe you are just wondering how many shots you get!
The answer is simple: you can fail it as many times as you want and you will still be able to continue taking the MPRE!
As of now, there is no limit on how many times you can take the MPRE. So, you can take it once or you can take it ten times or more.
Another note: Nobody will know if you fail unless you tell them! The National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE), the organization that administers the MPRE, does not publish a pass list or a fail list.
Note that failing the MPRE can have other consequences, however.
- some states will only let you sit for the bar exam a certain number of times without a passing MPRE score
- failing the MPRE can make you more anxious for the bar exam (and on the other hand, it may help you take the bar exam more seriously!)
- you may delay your license to practice law (assuming you have passed the bar exam and cleared the other hurdles)
So failing the MPRE might have some consequences. But, it will not preclude you from taking the MPRE again!
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