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If you're studying law at the University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor or any other area school, Varsity Tutors can get you set up with an Ann Arbor bar exam prep course that may prove beneficial to your test prep efforts. You've come a long way in your career path to make it to this point, and you've undoubtedly invested considerable time, effort, and expense into your education. Passing the bar exam is an important step in bringing all that work to its realization, and an Ann Arbor bar exam course may give you a boost as you attempt to vault this hurdle. By signing up, you'll be gaining access to an expert prep instructor, as well as a classroom of other law students to work alongside, all in an easy-to-use online course.

What material will I study in an Ann Arbor bar exam class?

The bar exam varies depending on which state you're trying to become licensed in, but we'll try to give you a general picture of what you're up against. Michigan uses two National Conference of Bar Examiners tests as part of the licensing process: the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination, or MPRE, and the Multistate Bar Examination, or MBE. The MPRE is a two-hour-long test that spans 60 multiple-choice questions, and which largely addresses issues of ethics, conduct, and discipline in the practice of law. You'll have to be familiar with concepts like the regulation of the legal profession, client confidentiality, conflicts of interest, and other, similar topics.

The MBE, on the other hand, is a much longer test, covering 200 multiple-choice questions over six hours. This test intends to assess your understanding of fundamental principles of law practice, and to use legal reasoning. You'll be presented with patterns of facts relating to topics like civil procedure, criminal law and procedure, evidence, and so on, and will have to apply your critical thinking skills to evaluate these sets of data and respond appropriately. The MPRE and MBE cover a lot of ground, and the concepts at hand are complex, but a Ann Arbor bar exam class can help you come to grasp the structure of the test, review each section piece-by-piece to develop a full comprehension, and create test-taking strategies that can help you keep focused during such an exhaustive exam.

How is an Ann Arbor bar exam course presented?

An Ann Arbor bar exam class is taught entirely online, in a virtual classroom where you'll be able to engage with your instructor and classmates face-to-face thanks to our video chat platform. You'll be able to see and speak with the rest of the class just as if you'd gathered in person, so the class functions much as you might expect. Your instructor will present lessons and go over review material and may break the class up into groups for discussions and activities. By allowing you to develop your skills in cooperation with other law students, these classes can bring you into conversation with diverse perspectives on law and legal issues, which you may find helpful in building your argumentation skills and in developing a well-rounded understanding of ethical issues. This type of collaborative learning has been shown to improve the abilities of students to both grasp new information and hold on to their knowledge in the long run. However, you'll be able to reserve one-on-one time with your instructor, too, so you can meet outside of class to clear up any particularly difficult questions you have about classwork.

Online-format classes offer some unique advantages. You're given a lot of flexibility in how you study, as you'll be able to access your classroom from anywhere that you have an internet connection. This means you can find a study space that you find comfortable, productive, and free of the sorts of distractions you'd experience in an in-person class. Online class also negate the need for a commute, which can save you time and money by making your study time more efficient. This can help you fit a prep class into an otherwise crammed schedule, too. You'll also be able to pick from a wide range of class meeting times, so even if you have a particularly busy lifestyle, you can find something that works for you.

How can I enroll?

Varsity Tutors employs educational consultants who will be happy to speak to you about what you can expect from an Ann Arbor bar exam course. If you reach out, we'll be able to talk to you about scheduling and get you into a course quickly and painlessly. New course sections start on a monthly basis, so the course you're looking for may not be far off. Give us a call and start working to develop skills that may pay off not only on the bar exam but all throughout your legal career.

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