What is MBE?
The Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) is a standardized, multiple-choice exam created by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE).
What is tested on the MBE Exam?
There are 200 questions on the real MBE exam that test 6 different subjects. Those subjects are Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law and Procedure, Evidence, Real Property, and Torts. These questions are not broken down into separate sections and are distributed more or less evenly throughout the exam paper.
How long is the actual MBE?
Exam-takers can expect 6 hours in total: first, you’ll have 3 hours during the morning session to complete the first part (100 questions), then another 3 hours during the afternoon session to complete the second part (another 100 questions).
Are these the actual 2014 MBE questions?
No. There is no way to know which questions you’ll get on your bar exam. The best you can do is practice until you get 100% on each test!
Where do these questions come from?
Our free MBE practice tests are based on the authentic MBE (Multistate Bar Examination) questions written by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) that have appeared on past exams. However, these questions were written by our legal experts and are not copied from those sources.
How effective are these practice tests?
There can never be enough practice, right? Each of these practice tests contains 50 unique questions that will help you prepare for your bar exam. Just like on the actual MBE (Multistate Bar Examination), each question has 4 answer options. However, to help you practice most effectively, we went one step further and added a short hint that you can view when you’re not sure. If you make a mistake, an explanation of the correct answer will also be displayed immediately. Good luck!
Which practice test do I use?
Each of our MBE practice tests contains a unique set of 50 questions, so we recommend you do them all, starting from Practice Test 1.
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