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If you're reviewing for the Bar exam, a Varsity Tutors' Delaware Bar course can be an excellent choice. Each state has its own requirements and specific exams used for legal licensure. In Delaware, the exam takes place over 2 1/2 days and consists of eight DE essay questions, the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE), and the Multistate Performance Test (MPT). The essays are taken on Day 1, which is a half-day session. The MPT is administered on Day 2, and the MBE is scheduled on Day 3.

You also need to pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) administered by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) and taken on a separate testing date. Some of the other requirements include a five-month clerkship, attendance in the two-day Pre-Admission Conference, and degree from an American Bar Association (ABA) approved law school. Enrolling in our Delaware Bar prep course can provide you expert study support for the topics covered on the exams and guidance on how you can properly prepare for these standardized tests.

How Can A Delaware Bar course Help Me Prepare for the MPRE?

The MPRE is made up of 60 multiple-choice questions that you have to finish in two hours. The test is administered three times a year and you'll be tested on your knowledge and understanding of laws and standards that govern the professional conduct of lawyers and judges. These laws are applied not only to Bar admission procedures but also in dealing with disciplinary procedures, lawsuits concerning liability for malpractice, and other criminal and civil wrongs that may have been committed by a lawyer.

When you are preparing for your MPRE, your Bar class instructor can work with you on a variety of practice questions to help you become more familiar with the content and format of the test. Some of the topics that are covered on the MPRE include regulation of the legal profession, client-lawyer relationship, client confidentiality, conflicts of interest, and different roles of the lawyer. The Delaware Bar requires a scaled score of 85 for the MPRE.

There are also strict guidelines when taking the MPRE. For example, there's a strict no-tolerance policy regarding possession of electronic devices. There is also a long list of what examinees can and cannot bring with them to the test site. It's important to know these details as part of your test preparation. Your Delaware Bar prep course instructor can give you relevant answers if you have more questions about the test.

How Could A Delaware Bar Class Instructor Help Me Study for the MBE?

The MBE is part of the different exams you will need to take for the U.S. Bar in all jurisdictions except Puerto Rico and Louisiana. There are 200 multiple-choice questions divided equally into two testing sessions, and you have six hours to complete the exam. This test measures your ability to apply fundamental legal principles and reasoning when analyzing given fact patterns. The topics covered on the MBE include constitutional law, contracts, civil procedure, evidence, real property, torts, and criminal law and procedure. There are no state-specific laws tested on the MBE. In Delaware, the MBE represents 40 percent of the passing score.

One of the common misconceptions that test takers have about the MBE is that as long as they have a solid grasp of the different topics, they will be able to perform well on the exam. This thinking suggests that knowledge alone is key to conquering the MBE. To really push your level of preparedness for the test, you will need to work on as many practice questions as you can with the guidance of an expert instructor. After working on practice questions, you and your instructor can carefully review the answers and have detailed discussions that focus on why you got some answer wrong. As you become familiar with different question types, you can feel more confident with your skills and you could increase your speed in answering the test.

Sitting for 6 hours and answering a grueling 200-question test is no easy feat. That's why aside from studying the different topics and working on practice questions, learning some test-taking techniques can also come in handy during your exam day. Thanks to the experience and familiarity of your instructor with the MBE, he or she can train you on how you can use your time wisely when answering the test, or how you can maintain your focus throughout the long exam period. One technique your instructor can share is how to look for keywords in a question that can lead you to the right answer. This becomes really useful when you encounter questions that seem to have more than one correct answer. Your instructor can also train you on how you can apply the process of elimination when you're faced with a difficult question. This technique can help you quickly leave out incorrect choices in a multiple-choice question and increase your chances of picking the correct answer on the test.

What Skills Should I Focus on for the MPT?

In Delaware, the MPT is made up of two 90-minute questions that will require you to use your problem-solving skills using factual data, statutes, cases, and other reference materials. You will also be given a task that a new lawyer should be able to accomplish. There are six skills relevant in the MPT namely legal analysis and reasoning, factual analysis, problem-solving, recognizing and resolving ethical dilemmas, and communication, organization, and management of a legal task. In the questions, you will need to combine one or more of these skills in order to solve the problem of your fictional client. For the lawyering task, you might be asked to complete a letter to a client, a will, a memorandum to a supervising attorney, a contract provision, a discovery plan, or a closing argument.

You will receive a "File" containing the reference materials such as client documents, interviews, police reports, and other research related to the case. You will also be given a "Library" where you can sift through the laws, regulations, statutes, and historical cases that can help you in answering the question. This means you have what you need to address the problem; you don't need to memorize anything. However, both the File and the Library will also contain conflicting and irrelevant information, challenging you to demonstrate your skills in critical analysis and finding solutions to discrepancies. If you are not too confident with your current skills, you can train and sharpen your abilities by working with your experienced instructor. He or she can teach you how to analyze MPT questions and what to look for in order to efficiently answer the test. You can also learn strategies like note-taking, highlighting, or creating mind maps to help you improve your retention when going through the reference materials.

Are There Any Benefits Associated with the Collaborative Learning Environment A Delaware Bar Course Can Offer?

Your Delaware Bar prep course has several benefits that you cannot experience with self-study. Aside from having access to an expert instructor, you can also study with other aspiring lawyers who can make discussions more engaging and help you stay motivated in your test prep.

Your instructor can divide you and your classmates into smaller groups and ask you to work on cases or practice questions just like how you will encounter them in a real law office. While working on your course tasks, you can need to listen to the perspectives of your peers, which can help you gain new insights on topics or help you clear up any misunderstood points you may have about certain laws or regulations. If any of your classmates need help with some topics or concepts on the MBE, MPT, or MPRE, you can also share what you know and reinforce your own learning.

Of course, there can be times when you really can't make sense of a topic and need individualized attention. In these situations, you can reserve one-on-one lessons with your instructor to better address your difficulties.

Are You Sure A Delaware Bar Prep Course Can Fit Into My Busy Schedule?

We've designed every aspect of the course with your busy schedule in mind. If other Bar prep courses require you to attend a physical review center, our courses are offered through our virtual classroom. This means you can do your test prep entirely online. You don't need to worry about fitting an extra commute in your schedule. All you need is a reliable internet connection and you can study from home, from your office, or even at a public library. You will have the ability to ask questions of your instructor and communicate with your classmates while enjoying in-depth lectures.

We offer 2-week and 4-week courses with new sections that open every month, so you can have more flexibility when deciding when you want to start your review.

How Do I Sign Up for A Delaware Bar Course Near Me?

If you're ready to enroll in our Delaware Bar Course, contact the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors by phone or online today. We'll help you find a course time that suits your availability.

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