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After years of study, your time in law school is coming to an end, which means it's a great time for you to sign up for an Atlanta bar exam prep course provided by Varsity Tutors. No one said becoming a lawyer would be easy, but you're almost there. The final hurdle is passing a series of tests administered by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE). Whether you've been hard at work at Emory University School of Law, University of Georgia School of Law, or one of the other prestigious law schools in the state, passing the bar is the last step to becoming a licensed attorney. A bar exam preparation class is a fantastic tactic for putting yourself in the best possible position to succeed.

What can you expect going into the bar exam?

"Taking the bar" is a ubiquitous phrase, but the experience across the U.S. is far from homogeneous. Some states have adopted what's called the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE), which incorporates the components of the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE), Multistate Essay Examination (MEE), and Multistate Performance Test (MPT). It might sound like a lot of testing (and it is), but if you pass the UBE, your scores will then transfer to all other UBE jurisdictions. However, Georgia is not one of those states.

The MBE and MPT are designed to test students on their understanding of the law, their analytic thinking, and their skill in applying what they've learned to legal challenges via multiple choice questions and task-oriented prompts that simulate actual legal work. Subject matter covered might include things like civil procedure, contracts, criminal law and procedure, and a number of other topics. The goal of the assessment is to ensure students have the requisite proficiency and aptitude to effectively practice law without supervision.

In addition to the MBE and MPT, Georgia also requires the aspiring attorney to sit for the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE). This two-hour long, 60 multiple-choice question test is not incorporated with the UBE, either, so it's not an extra hoop to jump through in Georgia, but it is still important. Where exams like the MBE and MPT are specific to the practice of law, the MPRE has more to do with ethics and professional conduct.

Why enroll in an Atlanta bar exam course?

After spending years studying to be a lawyer, the idea of signing up for yet another class might sound less than tantalizing. However, enrolling in an Atlanta bar exam class could be the best way to top off those years of learning ahead of testing day. There are three good reasons to keep studying just a little bit longer.

First, an Atlanta bar exam course is a wonderful way to check your memory after all that time hitting the books. As law school goes on, you tend to focus on very specific areas of the law. While that preparation is invaluable in the long run, ahead of the bar exam, you'll want to make sure you're reviewing a much broader range of information to check for weaknesses in your understanding of the relevant material. Prep classes are designed to help you do just that, giving you direction in terms of where you need to focus your studying time before the tests begin.

Atlanta bar exam classes can also aid in getting you ready to apply that knowledge within the structure of the test itself. It's not enough to know the material; you'll need to be able to demonstrate it. Different people excel at different kinds of tests, and time constraints can make even the most seasoned test taker a little nervous. With a bar exam prep class, you'll get to practice grace under pressure and train your mind to parse the questions effectively.

It's not just about what you know and being a good test taker, though. Another key reason for taking an Atlanta bar exam course is that it can help you feel more psychologically prepared for the exam. There's a lot riding on the results, but if you know you've worked hard at preparing and done everything you could to be ready, you'll likely be calmer in the room and more likely to perform well.

How do you enroll in an Atlanta bar exam class?

Varsity Tutors educational consultants are ready and waiting to answer your questions and get you signed up for an Atlanta bar exam course at your earliest convenience. With new sections in the morning, evening, and weekends opening every month, there's sure to be an option that works for you. Get in touch today!

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