MBE Final Review Course

MBE Final Review On-Demand



The Kaplan MBE Final Review Course

This 3-day course features a full-day simulated MBE administered under test-like conditions, followed by a substantive question-based review that:

  • Highlights the finer points of the relevant law typically not covered in your General Bar Review lectures
  • Covers the most up-to-date MBE trends

Every Point Counts

  • In most states, the MBE Portion accounts for 40 to 50% of your overall bar exam score
  • Many who fail the bar exam miss getting a passing score by a small margin
  • So answering a few extra MBE questions correctly can make the difference between passing and failing the Bar

Don't have time for the MBE Final Review Course?

You can still get more test like MBE questions by buying our Qbank and Audio Lectures.


Exclusive Tools and Resources

MBE Qbank
Our online MBE Qbank contains 800 sample test questions with detailed answer explanations, in addition to those provided in the course material. You can use it to create customized practice quizzes and track your progress.

Supplemental Audio Lectures
We offer an additional 32 hours of substantive lectures on all seven MBE topics on MP3s so that you can listen to them anytime, anywhere.

Ask-an-Attorney Support
Have a question about the outlines or practice materials presented in our courses? Send us an e-mail. Our attorneys will help you get back on track.

  • Multistate Workbook
  • MBE 3-Day Final Review Course: Questions 1-100
  • MBE 3-Day Final Review Course: Questions 101-200
  • MBE 3-Day Final Review Course: Explanatory Answers

Lecture Types


Self-paced program that allows you to listen to lectures where and when you want.

About the MBE

The Multistate Bar Exam at a Glance

What is the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE)?
The MBE is a national, 6-hour, 200-question multiple-choice test. In most states, the MBE accounts for 40% to 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. Answering a few extra MBE questions correctly can make the difference between passing and failing the Bar Exam.

Important MBE Facts:

  • The MBE accounts for one full day of the Bar Exam and is required by every state except Louisiana and Washington.
  • The MBE is divided into two 3-hour sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, with 100 questions in each session.
  • Subjects tested on the MBE: Civil Procedure (25 questions), Constitutional Law (25 questions), Contracts (25 questions), Criminal Law and Procedure (25 questions), Evidence (25 questions), Real Property (25 questions), and Torts (25 questions)
  • 25 of the 200 MBE questions are not used for scoring purposes. These questions are indistinguishable from the live test items.
  • You have an average of 1.8 minutes to answer each question.
State Bar Exam Weight of MBE
Alabama 50%
Alaska 50%
Arizona 33%
Arkansas 33%
California 50%
Colorado 50%
Connecticut 50%
Delaware 40%
District of Columbia 50%
Florida 50%
Georgia 50%
Hawaii 50%
Idaho 50%
Illinois 50%
Indiana 50%
Iowa 50%
Kansas 50%
Kentucky -
Louisiana -
Maine 36%
Maryland 33%
Massachusetts 50%
Michigan 50%
Minnesota 50%
Mississippi 40%
Missouri 40%
Montana 35%
Nebraska 50%
New Hampshire 50%
New Jersey 50%
New Mexico 50%
New York 40%
North Carolina 40%
North Dakota 50%
Ohio 33%
Oklahoma 50%
Oregon 50%
Pennsylvania 45%
Rhode Island 50%
South Carolina -
South Dakota 50%
Tennessee -
Texas 40%
Utah 50%
Vermont -
Virginia 40%
Washington -
West Virginia 50%
Wisconsin 50%
Wyoming -

Bill my Firm

More than 700 law firms and offices pay for Kaplan PMBR bar review courses.

  • Many firms will pay for our Supplemental MBE Courses in addition to another general bar review course.
  • If you have verified that your law firm will pay for your Supplemental MBE Courses click here to enroll today and provide the information necessary so that we are able to bill your firm.
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