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Varsity Tutors is here to set prospective lawyers up in an exceptional online Charlotte bar exam course. If you are about to graduate or have recently graduated from a nearby law school such as Wake Forest School of Law or Duke University School of Law, you may already be studying for the bar. This difficult exam is often required as part of the process of becoming licensed to practice law. In order to put your best foot forward on this important exam, you may want to enlist the help of an experienced instructor. Signing up for a Charlotte bar exam course can allow you to focus on the material while leaving the schedule and structure of your study sessions to a knowledgeable teaching professional. If you'd like to know more about the benefits to be gained from one of our bar prep classes, continue reading.

What topics or skills can be covered in a Charlotte bar exam course?

The exact bar exam you'll need to take depends on the state in which you desire to practice law. North Carolina is one of the states which has adopted the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE). States which have adopted the UBE can accept test scores from other UBE jurisdictions. The UBE is made up of three different exams: the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE), the Multistate Essay Examination (MEE), and the Multistate Performance Test (MPT). The UBE exams are administered over a two day period.

If you're prepping for the MBE, you'll need to showcase your ability to apply fundamental law principles and reasoning to analyze given facts patterns. Your instructor can cover topics such as evidence, real property, torts, and contracts, as well as many other subjects.

The MEE is your opportunity to show your written communication skills. A prep class can help you review criminal law, constitutional law, civil procedure, and contracts.

If you are required to complete the MPT, you'll need to prove your ability to use the legal principles you've learned in realistic situations. Your class can provide the possibility to practice skills such as composing a letter to a client, writing a contract provision, or developing a discovery plan.

It is also possible you'll need to take the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE). To prepare for the MPRE, your class can go over material such as conflicts of interest, client confidentiality, and the different roles a lawyer can fill.

A Charlotte bar exam course can help you prepare for any or all of these tests and ensure you don't miss content during your studies.

What are the benefits of taking a Charlotte bar exam class online?

There are many advantages to taking your class online, the first being the elimination of a commute to campus for instruction. You'll use our online learning platform to access your live classes. Since the classes are online, all you need is a computer, an internet connection, and a comfortable study spot. You can take your classes in the comfort of your home, sitting at your favorite coffee shop, or in the local public library.

Our classes are offered in both two-week and four-week sessions. There are new sessions starting each month which allows you to enroll whenever you're ready. We offer classes throughout the day to make it easy for you to find one which allows you to continue other activities or obligations. This type of flexibility makes it easy for anyone to fit bar classes into their busy lives.

Additionally, the learning platform is equipped with a virtual whiteboard and video chat technology. This enables you to observe your class in a manner much like what you'd find in a traditional classroom. You can ask questions, hear, and see your teacher during live class sessions. Your teacher, who has to undergo a thorough and rigorous interview process, will be experienced with the bar and have the communication skills to convey information in a way you can understand. You can choose to set aside one-on-one time with your teacher if you ever feel like you need help.

The live platform also gives you the chance to communicate with classmates. You can work on group projects and have discussions on topics such as client-lawyer relationship or how to write an effective closing argument. Working collaboratively with others in your Charlotte bar exam class can help you understand the material more easily and make your classes more engaging.

How do I sign up for an online Charlotte bar exam class?

All you have to do to get started is contact Varsity Tutors. We'll answer any of your questions and get you signed up for the right Charlotte bar exam prep course to suit your specific needs.

Contact us today to connect with a top Charlotte Bar Exam instructor