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If you're a law student at University of Colorado Boulder's Colorado Law School or any other Boulder area school, Varsity Tutors can assist you by providing a Boulder bar exam prep course that can offer you extra resources to draw upon as you get ready for this important exam. The bar exam is one of the hurdles you'll have to leap on your way towards your license to practice law, and if you've made it this far in your education, you've likely invested plenty of time, effort, and expense into your chosen career path. A Boulder bar exam course can be an excellent way to work towards making good on that investment and will provide you with an experienced bar exam prep teacher as well as a community of other law students, all through an easy online classroom.

What type of prep work will I do in a Boulder bar exam class?

Requirements for licensure vary by state, so we'll give an overview of what you might be faced with here. Many jurisdictions will require you to complete the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination, a two-hour multiple-choice test that evaluates your understanding of the professional conduct expected of law professionals. You'll need to answer questions on the client-lawyer relationship, conflicts of interest, and other similar topics.

In addition, Colorado has adopted the UBE, or Uniform Bar Exam, which means that your exam scores can be transferred to other UBE jurisdictions. The UBE consists of three component exams. First up is the Multistate Bar Examination, or MBE. This is a six-hour multiple-choice test that is intended to evaluate your ability to use fundamental legal principles and reasoning in the process of analysis. You'll have to address topics like constitutional law, criminal law, and more. Second, the Multistate Essay Examination, or MEE. Here you'll have to respond to six 30-minute questions in writing, by examining a hypothetical scenario, gleaning relevant legal information, applying your knowledge of law, and composing a well-written response. Third and last is the Multistate Performance Test, or MPT. This section of the UBE will give you two scenarios that imitate real-life situations that a practicing lawyer might face and ask you to respond. So you might have to draft a will, for example, or a letter to a client. You'll have 90 minutes for each scenario, so you'll have to manage your time well.

How will a Boulder bar exam course present all this information?"

If you choose to enroll in a Boulder bar exam class, you'll be given access to an online classroom where you can attend live classes and review sessions taught by an expert instructor. Thanks to our video chat platform, you'll be able to see, hear, and speak with your instructor and classmates, so you can engage with your class just as you would in a traditional, in-person class. Your instructor will provide a prep curriculum, and may choose to break the class into discussion groups, so you can learn alongside other prospective lawyers. Collaborative learning of this sort has been shown to help students learn more effectively, and can help you retain knowledge in the long term. Plus, you may be able to imagine how useful group work can be when you're trying to build your argumentative skills, or when discussing thorny ethical issues faced in the practice of law. You'll also be able to reserve one-on-one time with your instructor, so you can meet to clarify issues that you find yourself struggling to understand.

An online-format Boulder bar exam course has some unique advantages over a traditional classroom. You'll have more flexibility in how you study, as you can access your course meetings from any location that you can connect to the internet. This means that you'll have control over your study environment, so you can pick a place that feels comfortable and free of classroom distractions. There's also no need to incorporate a new commute into your busy day, which can save you time and money, and make it easier to fit a prep course into your life. There are plenty of course times available, so you can pick something that meets your needs, even if you have an unorthodox schedule.

How can I get signed up?

Varsity Tutors employs educational consultants who will be happy to talk to you about what a Boulder bar exam course can offer you. You'll be able to discuss your scheduling needs, so we can find the course that's right for you and get you enrolled quickly and easily. New course sections are starting every month, so if you call us now, we can get you started preparing for the bar exam in no time, so give us a call, and start developing the skills that not only can be crucial to your success on the exam, but that can pay off further down the line in a career as a lawyer.

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