For more than 35 years, hundreds of thousands of Bar Exam takers have chosen to take PMBR’s focused MBE Review in addition to their General Bar Review.

PMBR experts teach the law and test-taking strategies you need to know, and show you how to apply them to the test questions. Our courses empower you with:

              • Authoritative Test-Like Content. Over the past several years, the National Conference of Bar Examiners has been gradually changing the format and style of the MBE.  PMBR has invested heavily to ensure that our courses cover current MBE question trends with regard to substance, format, style, and difficulty level.
              • Proven Test-Taking Strategies. You’ll learn our proven test-taking strategies, tailored to each MBE subject and the MBE overall, so you can tackle even the toughest exam questions
              • A Practical Question-Based Review. Our question-based review approach shows you how the law is actually tested so that you’ll be well prepared for the real exam. During the review, our instructors break down the applicable law and explain how to arrive at the right answer.
              • Flexible Support from Experts. Support includes Lectures-On-Demand and our Ask-An-Attorney Feature.

What is the Multi-State Bar Exam (MBE)?

The MBE is a national, 6-hour, 200-question multiple-choice test.  The MBE is divided into two 3-hour sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, with 100 questions in each session.  It accounts for one full day of the bar exam and is required by every state, except Louisiana.  In most states, the MBE accounts for 40-50% of your bar exam score.  Nationally, 29% of all bar exam takers do not pass the exam.  Many who fail miss getting a passing score by just a small margin.


You have an average of 1.8 minutes to answer each MBE question.  Answering a few extra MBE questions correctly can make the difference between passing and failing the bar exam.


How Your PMBR Course fits in with your General Bar Review Course

  • PMBR 7-Day Review Course
    Day 1 Torts
    Day 2 Criminal Law & Procedure
    Day 3 Contracts
    Day 4 Real Property
    Day 5 Evidence
    Day 6 Constitutional Law
    Day 7 Federal Civil Procedure

  • PMBR 3 Day Review Course
    Day 1 Simulated MBE
    Day 2/3 Review & Analysis of
    Simulated MBE

  • Combination Course
    MBE Combination Course: 7-Day MBE Review Course + 3-Day MBE Review Course