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If you're studying law at James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona or another Tucson area school, Varsity Tutors can enroll you in a Tucson bar exam prep course that might be just what you need to take your test prep to a new level. The bar exam is a crucial element of the bar admission process. If you've made it this far in your pursuit of a license to practice law, you've invested considerable time and effort into your education. Passing the bar exam can be a step towards making good on that investment, and a Tucson bar exam course can provide you with the guided systematic review of the legal procedures, principles, and analytical skills you'll need to use when you take the bar exam.

What will I study in a Tucson bar exam course?

The bar exam varies state-to-state, so we'll give a brief overview of what you might encounter on the exam. To begin with, there's the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination. This is a two-hour multiple-choice test that evaluates your understanding of the level of professional conduct expected from lawyers and judges. The test covers many topics, but a few include client confidentiality, conflicts of interest, and other questions related to professional ethics.

Additionally, Arizona has adopted the UBE, or Uniform Bar Exam. The UBE has three subsections, which we'll take a look at here. First is the Multistate Bar Examination. This is a six-hour multiple-choice test that gauges your ability to apply fundamental legal principles to sets of data, so you'll have to answer questions on contracts, civil procedure, and suchlike. Next, there's the Multistate Essay Examination, where you'll have to answer six 30-minute essay questions. This part of the UBE intends to test your ability to communicate in writing, so you'll have to identify the crucial parts of a hypothetical legal situation and respond with a well-written analysis. Last is the Multistate Performance Test. The MPT will present you with a realistic scenario that imitates an aspect of professional law practice; for example, you might be asked to draft a letter to a client or a memorandum to a supervising attorney. You'll be presented with two items and be given 90 minutes to sort and analyze material, apply law, and complete a written document.

How will a Tucson bar exam class help me prepare for the test?

The bar exam can be intimidating. The knowledge you'll have to have to do well is both broad and deep, and you'll have to apply that knowledge to complex scenarios. A Tucson bar exam class can offer you the tutelage of a professional bar exam instructor, who can get you familiar with the sorts of analytical skills you'll need for the test, the types of problems that the test presents, and help you build the confidence you'll need to answer detailed questions under time pressure. You'll have easy access to an online classroom, where you'll study alongside other prospective lawyers. Your instructor will lead the class in review sessions and may break the class up for discussion groups or activities, which has been shown to be a highly effective teaching method that can help students acquire knowledge. You may be able to imagine the benefits that discussion-based work can have when you're trying to develop a solid understanding of the ethical dilemmas that you may face on the bar exam or when you're talking through complex proceedings. You'll also be able to reach out to your instructor for extra one-on-one review outside of class so you can clarify issues that you're struggling to understand.

An online class offers you the ability to attend class from anywhere that you have internet access, which can make your studies more efficient. You won't have to commute, which can help you fit your Tucson bar exam class into a crammed schedule and free up more time for studying. You'll be able to choose your own study locale too, so you can find a place that's comfortable and productive for you, and you won't have to deal with the distractions of a traditional classroom. There are plenty of class meeting times available, so you can find something that fits your lifestyle, even if you have an unorthodox schedule.

How can I get enrolled?

If you call Varsity Tutors today, you can talk to one of our educational consultants who can help you get a better sense of what you'll experience in a Tucson bar exam course. New course sections are starting every month, so you can get signed up and get into a course quickly and easily. While the bar exam itself might be at the forefront of your mind right now, it's worth noting that the skills you'll need to excel on the test are the same skills that you'll need to excel as a professional lawyer. Contact Varsity Tutors and you may be not only pursuing success on the bar exam but in your career for years to come.

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