New York, NY (September 10, 2014) — Kaplan Bar Review has announced it will be expanding its complete bar review courses to aspiring lawyers in all 50 states by the end of 2015. Currently serving 44 jurisdictions across the United States, Kaplan’s seven-state expansion includes Delaware, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, South Dakota, Vermont and Wisconsin.
“Kaplan’s expansion of full-service bar review to these final seven states completes our long-term vision of helping aspiring lawyers in all U.S. jurisdictions pass the bar exam. We couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to help every single law school graduate reach their career goals,” said Steven Marietti, Vice President and General Manager of Kaplan Bar Review. “We want to thank the tens of thousands of students who have already chosen Kaplan Bar Review, and who have inspired us to continuously improve our programs. They are a big reason why more students take Kaplan Bar Review every year.”
Now one of only two bar companies that services students in all U.S. jurisdictions, Kaplan entered bar review in 2006, when it began offering courses for the MBE, a national, 6-hour, 200-question multiple-choice test that is a part of nearly every state bar exam across the country. The company has steadily added state-specific bar review since that time, culminating with today’s announcement to offer complete prep courses in all 51 jurisdictions.
Kaplan Bar Review has more course locations featuring a live professor than any other bar review company. All full-service courses give students unlimited essay grading that provides them with clear and specific feedback; exam-like, multiple-choice practice questions; and an adaptive, exam-focused daily syllabus that progressively tailors learning to individual students and helps them improve their weakest areas.
About Kaplan Bar Review
Kaplan Bar Review (www.kaplanbarreview.com) provides full-service bar review programs in 51 jurisdictions (all 50 states and Washington, DC). Additionally, Kaplan Bar Review offers supplemental preparation for the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE).
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