MBE (Multistate Bar Exam)
can make preparing for the Multistate Bar Exam fun. PassRite
however, can at least make it easier and more efficient!
interactive software is not a bar review course. Its purpose is
to help you to study for the exam by becoming familiar with the
pace and types of questions you will see on the exam. Unlike many
bar review products, we provide you with the best answer in short
and to-the-point "sound bite" rules. This is by design.
If you can memorize a concise rule of law and easily pick it out
of the answer choices, you will save a tremendous amount of time.
Your advantage will be that you will answer the questions quickly
and will probably have time to go back and review your answers before
time is up and you have to stop.
school you were required to explain your answers in depth, so this
answer format may seem, on its face, to be a disadvantage. However,
remember that the bar exam bears virtually no resemblance to a law
school exam. On the MBE and MPRE, you have no opportunity to explain
your answer. They are multiple choice tests with only 4 answers
to pick from. Thus, the only thing you need to know is the correct
rule of law to identify which of the 4 choices best fits the fact
pattern in the question. That's exactly what we give you. No more
and no less.
the interface is user-friendly and effective but has no glitzy or
distracting colors or animation. Again, this is by design. The goal
is to have you pay attention to the content, not the wrapping.
you can take full simulated bar exams with randomly chosen questions,
choose a specific number of questions in one or more areas of law
to study, improve your speed and accuracy using a timed study session,
assess your performance in various topics, and much more.
All this in an affordable and convenient
package you can install on up to 3 of your computers!
In addition, 1L and 2L students have found
it to be a handy tool to help them with their classes. They use
the program like electronic flash cards to drill themselves on the
rules of law for class exams.
comes with over 400 questions. The software randomly selects the
questions so you will have enough for several complete simulated
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PassRite MBE gives you plenty of help when you need it with lots of tool tips that pop up if you let the mouse hover over something for a couple of seconds.
Tool Tip Example (Click image for a larger view)
When you launch
the program, the Main Screen will show you a variety of options
so that you can study in a way that fits
OF MAIN SCREEN OPTIONS
- Choose between Untimed or Timed Study
Session, or take a Simulated Exam
- If choosing an Untimed Study Session,
you can opt for feedback immediately or at the end of the session.
- If choosing Immediate Feedback, you
can also choose 2nd Chance which will allow you to make up to
2 more guesses before seeing the results.
- If you are doing a Timed or Untimed
Study Session, you can choose the number of questions, and which
sub-topic(s) you want to study.
- A display of how many days to the next exam with an option to view the time to the exam after the next one. If you don't want to see this, it can be turned off with a simple click of the mouse.
- A simulated Exam always has 200 questions
in 2 parts that are timed at 3 hours each.
- After the 1st part of a Simulated Exam,
you can view your results for that part, then return to the Main
Screen. You can quit the program and return later. The next time
you start the program, click the Start Part 2 button on the Main
Screen and you will start the 2nd half.
- Results are always available at the
end of a session, regardless of the type of session you chose.
- The Results of the last session you
did is always available on the Main Screen until you start the
- The History & Stats button gives
you details on every study session you have taken as well as a
summary on how you've done in each subject.
- Most law students who have tried the
program found the Untimed Study Session with Immediate Feedback
was most useful for using PassRite
as a deck of electronic flashcards.
- There are also menus that allow you
to reset your history (clear the data you see when you click History
& Stats) or change the font type and size for the Test and
When you click on the Start button on the
Main Screen for the first time, PassRite
will present you with a random selection of questions. For
subsequent study sessions, it uses artificial intelligence to present
you with questions based on your past performance. You will be more
likely to see questions you have either not seen before, or ones
you had trouble with the last time you saw them. This feature will
help you learn the material by drilling you in areas where you are
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The Test Screen is designed to be straightforward
and present you with questions and answer choices in a clear and
- The information available on the tool
bars will vary depending on the type of session you are doing.
- The timer is visible in the upper right
when you take a Timed Study Session or a Simulated Exam. It will
count up for a Timed Study Session and count down for the Simulated
- In Simulated Exam mode, there is a bar
graph at the bottom of the screen that shows the time remaining.
When you reach the 5 minutes left point, it blinks yellow for
a few seconds. It will then change to a blinking red for a few
seconds when you have only a minute left.
- For the Timed Sessions and the Simulated
Exam modes, you also have a Pause button on the top bar which
allows you to stop the timer if you get called away and don't
want to quit the session.
- For all types of Sessions, you have
a numerical display of your question progress at the top and a
graphical bar graph display at the bottom of the screen. The 1st
part of a Simulated Exam shows 200 questions, but only goes to
question 100. The 2nd part of the Simulated Exam starts at question
- The Q Stats button on the top bar can
be used to see how you have done in the past on the question you
are currently seeing.
On the actual MBE, many questions refer
back to one fact pattern (called a Story in PassRite
Many times these Stories can be quite long. To accommodate this,
shows these Stories in a collapsible panel near the top of the screen.
The title bar of the panel tells you for which questions the Story
is used. If you want to free up space on the screen, click on the
button at the top of the panel and the Story panel will collapse
down to a single bar. You can reopen the panel at any time.
Once you have read the facts and question,
select your answer choice and click Next. You may also click back
to previous questions with the Prev button.
For your convenience, easy keyboard short
cuts are available for collapsing the Story Panel, as well as next
and Prev. These shortcuts will allow you to focus your time on answering
questions rather than moving the mouse all over the screen.
If you have Immediate Feedback enabled,
clicking Next will take you to the Results Screen for this question
instead of moving you through more questions. You will get a pop
up dialog at the end of the session where you can choose where you
want to go next.
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The Results Screen is similar
to the Test Screen. Here you have the ability to see how you did
on the question and the rule of law that applies to the right answer.
Before you see the results for each individual question, you will
get a pop-up window with a summary of how you did. You can access
this pop-up window again from the Results Screen.
The top and bottom bars are similar to
the Untimed Test Screen except you have an extra button on the top
bar to view the Summary pop-up window again.
In the middle of the screen
is a bar that tells you how you did on this question. If you answered the question
incorrectly, the correct answer will be marked with a green check
mark and your incorrect answer with a red X. If you answered the
question correctly, your answer will show a green X.
gives you lots of feedback on how you are doing. Use the "Q Stats" button at the top of the
test and results screen to see your performance on the current question.
Question Stats (Click image for a larger view)
When you're in the Results screen, you can also see the statistics on your latest study session by clicking on the "Summary" button.
Session Summary (Click image for a larger view)
You can get more comprehensive statisitics by clicking on the History and Stats
button on the Main Screen. This will show you cunulative statistics per category as well as results on
each study session you have ever done. All statistics can be filtered by date. This allows you to track
your progress in several different ways.
Cumulative History (Click image for a larger view)
Study Session History (Click image for a larger view)
is designed to increase your speed and accuracy on the types of
questions you will see on the real exam. You can start off working
at your own pace and gradually work up to the pressure of the real
test, or you can jump right in with a simulation of the actual exam.
It's all up to you.
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