Varsity Tutors can enroll you in a Virginia Beach bar exam prep course that covers both the academic concepts and the test-taking strategies you'll want to be familiar with on exam day. Each state has its own admission requirements to join the bar, and the process in Virginia involves two high-stakes tests written by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE): the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) and Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE).
Both tests are multiple-choice, but otherwise cover completely different topics. Taking a Virginia Beach bar exam class can be a great way to go over what you need to know and increase your self-confidence heading into the exam. Continue reading to learn more about the benefits of trusting your test prep to Varsity Tutors.
What subject areas does your Virginia Beach bar exam course cover?
Taking a Virginia Beach bar exam class can be a great way to prepare for either or both of the exams above. If you want to focus on the MBE, you're studying for a six-hour test dealing with topics such as civil procedure, torts, evidence, criminal law and procedure, and constitutional law. It can prove challenging to maintain your focus for six hours at a time, so your instructor might teach you strategies for doing so. You can also review sample test items to get an idea of what taking the actual exam will be like.
Likewise, the MPRE is a two-hour multiple-choice exam covering topics such as legal profession regulations, different roles lawyers play in the American judicial system, resolving conflicts of interest, and client confidentiality. If you're not sure whether you'll be able to finish this test on time, your instructor can show you how to eliminate some of the answer choices and take a guess so that you don't spend too much time on a single question.
Why should I enroll in your Virginia Beach bar exam course?
Every course we provide entails a group of students meeting with an expert teacher on our proprietary Live Learning Platform for the most convenient classroom experience possible. Powerful features like video chat functionality and a virtual whiteboard create the illusion that you're all in the same room even if you're miles apart geographically. Our platform is also mobile-compatible, so you can attend a class during downtime at a local school such as Regent University School of Law, your favorite coffee shop, or even the comfort of your own home. Why commute to a course when a premium course can come to you?
Varsity Tutors also interviews every instructor before we allow them to teach our class, so you can count on studying under the tutelage of a great communicator with a solid understanding of what it takes to earn admission to the bar. Since your instructor can see and hear you, asking for help is as simple as raising your hand. You can also trust that all of the information you receive during your class sessions is accurate.
Furthermore, many students find studying in a group setting advantageous. If you're having a hard time memorizing all of the legal regulations lawyers are expected to understand, one of your classmates may be able to share a mnemonic device with you that makes them easier to remember. Your instructor can also assign group projects to expose you to new ways of approaching a case, potentially helping you tackle problems more effectively. You can also try explaining concepts to your new friends, helping them out while simultaneously reinforcing your own command of the material.
Working in a group setting also provides superior value for your money. If you ever feel as though you could benefit from personalized instruction, you can also arrange private study sessions with your class instructor on an as-needed basis to get the help you need.
We also try to make attending a class as convenient as we can. We offer several courses simultaneously, including two- and four-week options to make it easier for even the busiest students to find something that works for them. New courses also start monthly, ensuring that you never need to wait too long before getting started.
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Certainly. Knowledgeable educational consultants are currently standing by to answer any questions you may have about Varsity Tutors or our convenient enrollment process. Your educational goals aren't going to pursue themselves, so reach out to us today to find out more about taking a Virginia Beach bar exam class!
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