MPRE scores are typically released to examinees within five weeks from the date of the examination.
To request an MPRE Score Verification, log in to your NCBE Account and go to the File Cabinet section to complete and submit an MPRE Score Verification request. Score verification results are posted to the candidate’s NCBE Account File Cabinet.
The current standards used by jurisdictions reflect lower performance levels: 85 is approximately 60 percent correct; 80 is approximately 58 percent correct; 75 is approximately 56 percent correct. The difference between an 85 and an 86, for example, is less than one question.
For those of you who have taken the MPRE recently, how long did it take to get your results? The NCBE website says 5 weeks.
MPRE Minimum Passing Score by Jurisdiction in 2018
Re-examination applicants not licensed in another jurisdiction may continue to use a score of 75 until they are successful on the bar exam or the MPRE score expires, whichever is earlier.
MPRE score of 75 equates to approximately 56% correct (33-34 questions correct)
60% to 69% earns a Merit. 50% to 59% is Pass.
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) is a difficult exam for law students to take. The difficulty doesn’t lie in the material necessarily, though the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility can be counter-intuitive at times, but rather, the difficulty is in everything that surrounds the MPRE.
According to the NCBE, scores are typically released to examinees within five weeks from the date of the exam. However, in the recent past, they have been releasing scores early — in fact they usually release results about four weeks after the MPRE is administered.
Passing scores for the MPRE vary between jurisdictions. The lowest passing score in any jurisdiction is 75, and the highest passing score is 86. California and Utah require a minimum passing score of 86 on the MPRE.
Navigate your MPRE Review Personal Study Plan to work through the modules covering the full scope of MPRE topics. We recommend at least 20 hours of study – revisit the online materials as often as you like to reinforce the rules of professional responsibility, code of judicial conduct, and law of lawyering.
If we assume the passing score is 80 for the MPRE (though it varies based on jurisdiction), then it appears that in March 77.5% of examinees scored at least that. In August 2016, the approximate MPRE pass rate was 76.4%, and in November, it was 77%.
Applicants must achieve a minimum scaled score of 86 to be considered as having passed the MPRE. It is necessary for applicants to request that their scores be reported or transferred to California.
The MPRE may be taken before or after the bar examination, subject to the application filing period as described in Court of Appeals Rule 520.7[a]. A passing MPRE score is valid for four years from the date the applicant sat for that MPRE.
You want to aim for a scaled score of at least 140-145 (which is the average score). Ideally, you should want a 150+ scaled score to have confidence to pass the exam. The national average MBE scaled score for the last few exams was: 134.0 6 in Feb. 2021; 132.6 7 in Feb.
If you are a first time taker of the examination in Florida, are currently scheduled to take both parts of the General Bar Examination in February 2018 or July 2018, and have a qualifying score on the MBE, you may transfer your MBE score to Florida and take Part A, only, of the General Bar Examination.
Florida is not a Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) state. Florida has its own bar exam that uses the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE), the national multiple-choice test.
Many bar review courses and law schools state that if you answer approximately 32 questions correctly, you will likely receive an 85 on the exam. Therefore, you are most likely in the passing range if you are scoring between 30 and 35 (out of 50 questions) on your practice exams.
The MPRE is scored on a 50 to 150 scale, with the mean scaled score calculated to be around 100, depending on the difficulty of the examination. More recently, however, the mean scaled score has been 93.1 (2016), 95.0 (2015), and 93.6 (2014). … So, if you passed the MPRE, then congratulations to you.
A scaled score is a representation of the total number of correct questions a candidate has answered (raw score) that has been converted onto a consistent and standardized scale. … Because of the variability in difficulty of individual questions, though, the forms are rarely equal in difficulty.
|Letter Grade||Percent Grade||4.0 Scale|
|73 – 76||C|
|70 – 72||C-|
|67 – 69||D+|
|63 – 66||D|
A – is the highest grade you can receive on an assignment, and it’s between 90% and 100% B – is still a pretty good grade! This is an above-average score, between 80% and 89% C – this is a grade that rests right in the middle. C is anywhere between 70% and 79%
The MPRE consists of 60 multiple-choice questions: 50 scored questions and 10 unscored pretest questions. The pretest questions are indistinguishable from those that are scored, so you should answer all questions. … You will have two hours to answer all questions.
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE), developed by NCBE, is a two-hour, 60-question multiple-choice examination that is administered three times per year. It is required for admission to the bars of all but two US jurisdictions (Wisconsin and Puerto Rico.)
No. The MPRE is administered on computers provided by Pearson VUE at its testing centers. You can view a tutorial to learn more about the Pearson VUE testing experience on the Pearson VUE website. No personal electronic items are allowed in the testing room.
Is Barbri harder than the Mpre? … Barbri’s questions are a little harder than Themis’s but probably more similar to those on the actual MPRE (though the MPRE questions are easier than Barbri’s).
Your Multistate Bar Exam score (MBE score) is the score you receive on the multiple-choice portion of the bar exam. States no longer release “raw” scores. So you won’t see the actual number (currently out of 190 scored questions) of questions that you answered correctly. Rather, you will just see the “scaled” number.
If your passing score is a 75, you can miss about 44% of the questions — or 26 questions out of 60 (or 22/50) If your passing score is an 85, you can miss about 40% of questions — or 24 questions out of 60 (or 20/50)