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If you're a prospective lawyer, Varsity Tutors can get you enrolled in a quality Philadelphia bar exam course. The bar exam is often required by states as a part of the licensure process. Although it is not the only hurdle you'll face as you work towards being able to practice law, it's important you do your best on the bar in order to accurately showcase your potential. The bar is often taken after graduation from a law school such as the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, or the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Many people spend months studying for the bar exam and it can be overwhelming if you're doing it on your own. Signing up for an online Philadelphia bar exam course can help you feel confident you haven't forgotten to review any content.

What topics and skills can I review in an online Philadelphia bar exam course?

The exam you'll take is dependent on the state in which you want to practice law. If you're planning on being an attorney in Pennsylvania, you may need to take the Multistate Professional Responsibilities Examination (MPRE) or the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE).

If you're studying for the MPRE, your instructor can help you to review the different laws which govern the behavior and disciplinary rules of judges and lawyers. You can receive lessons which go into detail on the client-lawyer relationship and client confidentiality. Regulation of the legal profession, conflicts of interest, and the various roles of a lawyer can also be discussed. For this test, you'll have two hours to complete 60 multiple-choice questions.

If you're required to take the MBE, you'll have six hours to complete a total of 200 multiple-choice questions. This exam focuses on your ability to apply legal principles and reasoning to analyze given fact patterns. To help you prepare, your class can cover things such as civil procedure, contracts, and torts. You can also receive lessons which review criminal law and procedure or constitutional law.

In addition to helping you more fully understand the content you'll be facing and practicing the skills you'll need as an attorney, your Philadelphia bar exam course can spend time giving you practice exams. This can help you work on your pacing so you are able to experience the timed environment you'll be facing during your exam.

What are the advantages of taking a Philadelphia bar exam class online?

When you choose a bar class with Varsity Tutors, you'll be able to log into your class using our unique online educational platform. This virtual classroom is equipped with an online whiteboard as well as video chat technology. Using these tools, you can observe your lessons in a manner similar to what you'd find in a traditional classroom. The video chat enables you to ask questions and observe your teacher like you're in the same room. This brings exceptional instruction to the area you prefer to study in, such as your favorite coffee shop, the local public library, or in the comfort of your own kitchen.

If at any point you find yourself having a hard time with the material you're reviewing, you can request to set up a private appointment with your teacher. This will give the chance to have a face-to-face meeting where you are able to discuss your areas of weakness and receive suggestions on how to improve. Since our instructors are heavily vetted during the interview process, you can feel confident you're receiving instruction from a qualified and experienced teacher.

The online platform also enables you to communicate directly with your classmates. You can work on group projects, do an activity with a partner, or participate in class discussions about different topics, such as how to write an effective closing argument. Working in collaborative groups can help you to understand concepts more easily and enjoy your class sessions more.

With an online Philadelphia bar exam class, you'll be receiving the benefits found in traditional classrooms with the added convenience of not needing to travel for your lessons.

How do I get signed up for a Philadelphia bar exam class?

All you need to do is contact Varsity Tutors either on the phone or online. We'll explain your options and get you signed up for either a two- or four-week course. We have new courses starting each month to make it easy for you to start prep at any point during the year. Call us today and get enrolled for quality Philadelphia bar exam prep course.

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