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If you're looking to enroll in a reputable St. Louis bar exam course, you've found the right place because Varsity Tutors has excellent bar preparation courses. The bar is an exam which is often used as part of the licensure process for individuals hoping to enter the legal profession. Many states require one to have passed the bar in order to practice law. If you're about to graduate or have finished your studies at a law school such as Saint Louis University School of Law or Washington University School of Law, you may already be getting ready for your bar exam. Although it is not the only step required on your way to licensure, it is an important one so you'll want to take advantage of every resource available as you prepare. The bar exam can be challenging and many find the process of studying for it to be daunting, but preparing for your exam doesn't need to be a frustrating and lonely process. When you enroll in an online St. Louis bar exam course, you'll be able to receive assistance from an experienced and knowledgeable instructor. If you'd like to know more about the benefits to be gain from one of our courses, continue reading.

What are the different topics or skills which can be covered in a St. Louis bar exam course?

Since each state has its own bar requirements, the exams you take will depend on the state in which you plan on practicing law. Many states, including Missouri, have adopted the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). Adoption of the UBE indicates your scores can be transferred to other UBE jurisdictions.

The UBE consists of several separate tests: The Multistate Bar Examination (MBE), the Multistate Essay Examination (MEE), and the Multistate Performance Test (MPT).

When preparing for the MBE, your class may focus on subjects such as constitutional law, civil procedure, criminal law/procedure, and torts, among other topics. This is a 200 question exam with a time allowance of 6 hours.

If you're preparing for the MEE, your instructor can provide you with practice opportunities to hone your skills in written communication. You can work on skills such as the ability to determine relevant pieces of information or the capacity to demonstrate your knowledge of fundamental legal principles. This part of the UBE exams consists of six 30-minute questions.

The MPT requires you to complete two 90-minute tasks. To get ready for this part of the UBE, your instructor can help you hone your abilities to analyze statute, case, and administrative materials for appropriate principles of law. You can also practice identifying and resolving ethical dilemmas or developing a contract provision.

You may also be required to take the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE). This is a 60-question exam with a two hour time allowance. If you are required to take the MPRE, your class instructor can help you review topics such as regulation of the legal profession, client confidentiality, and conflicts of interest, among other material.

Whether you're reviewing for just one or all of these exams, signing up for a St. Louis bar exam course can help ensure you don't forget any content.

What are the benefits of taking an online St. Louis bar exam class?

Once you've signed up, you'll be able to access your classes using our unique virtual learning portal. This online education platform allows you to sign in and attend classes anywhere you can find a computer and a stable internet connection. This eliminates the need to travel to a physical class location and allows you to take your classes from your favorite place to study.

The platform allows you to interact with your teacher in a similar manner to what you'd find in a traditional classroom. During lessons, you'll use video chatting to see, hear, and ask questions. You'll also be able to take advantage of the virtual whiteboard.

The virtual portal also allows communication between you and other individuals in your class. You can engage in class discussions, work on group activities, or do a project with a partner. Collaborating with others in your class can help you learn the information more easily. It can also expose you to new ideas and perspectives and make your classes more enjoyable.

Our St. Louis bar exam class is offered in either two- or four-week sessions and new sessions begin monthly. This allows you to enroll at any point throughout the year.

How do I enroll in a St. Louis bar exam class?

All you need to do is contact our educational directors online or by phone. We'll help get you signed up for the right option to suit your immediate needs. Let Varsity Tutors get you enrolled in a St. Louis bar exam prep course so you can work on putting your best foot forward on your test.

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