The Multistate Performance Test (MPT) is the most overlooked portion of the exam. Many students put it off until the last minute, and then they are not sure how to tackle this extremely important part of the bar exam.
The MPT is worth 20% of your score in a UBE jurisdiction. This is the equivalent of 70 scored multiple-choice questions! Since many students do not prepare adequately for the MPT, you will put yourself at a huge advantage by preparing, and by taking advantage of this MPT Seminar.
Not only do we work with students nationwide, we also partner with firms, including Am Law firms, and law schools, including top 10 law schools, to provide premier bar exam preparation. Our advice has been featured in Above the Law, the National Jurist, and even People magazine after Kim Kardashian gave us a shoutout on Instagram for our personalized bar exam questions!
What sets JD Advising apart?
An Exam Day Strategy
At the prerecorded, three-hour MPT Seminar, you will learn about how to tackle the MPT portion of the exam on exam day.
MPT Cheat Sheets
We go over MPT one-sheets so that you know how to format the MPTs (which is an easy way to obtain points!).
Our expert instructor will walk you through an objective memo, persuasive brief, and an opinion letter MPT as well as examples of good student answers.
You will receive the assignments ahead of time so that you can review them before the MPT Seminar.
The MPT Seminar will equip you with a plethora of tips on everything from timing to how to handle a wildcard MPT task.
The MPT Seminar is prerecorded, so you can watch it at your convenience—when and where you choose! You also receive an electronic booklet of more than 150 pages of tips and practice MPTs.
> The MPT Seminar is approximately three hours long.
> The February 2022 MPT Seminar is available now!
> The MPT Seminar recording is provided electronically.
You can pay via credit card, cash, check, or payment plan!
"I found the seminar to be extremely helpful! The type of MPT was predicted accurately so I was able to really focus on the suggested subject areas prior to the exam. It was a great supplement to the commercial bar prep class I took, which I found to be overly generalized. I also really appreciated the formatting templates as well! I would definitely recommend the course to anyone studying for the UBE.