This resource guide highlights important information and services for Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law students as they prepare to take the bar examination in Arizona or elsewhere.
The National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE)
The NCBE is the non-profit corporation that develops and prepares the Multistate sections of bar examinations. The four multistate exams include the MBE, MPT, MPRE, and MEE. Their web site contains information booklets on each test and study aids.
Bar review courses, such as those listed below, offer preparation for the Bar Exam. Inclusion in this list is for informational purposes only and does not imply endorsement or recommendation.
PMBR Preliminary Multistate Bar Review
National Bar Review
BAR Plus Bar Review
Celebration Bar Review
MicroMash Bar Review
Pieper NY Multistate Bar Review Ltd.
Practising Law Institute Patent Bar Review
Beat the Bar.Com
Fleming's Fundamentals of Law
Reed's MultiState Bar Review
Supreme Bar Review
The Bar Code
Ebook Bar Exam Review
The Study Group Personal Bar Review
Jim Longacre's Pass the Patent Bar
Patent Education Series
The Bar Prep Series was designed to help law students improve their performance on the Arizona Bar Exam. The series was organized by Professor Michael Berch of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law in response to requests by third-year law students. Streaming video versions of each class are available as well as audio podcasts on iTunes University. The series looks at the past five years of bar exams and includes the following topics:
The Law Library has a Study Skills Collection that has materials to help you study for the bar exam. A selection of materials includes the following:
The Study Skills Collection also includes the following series with separate volumes available in bar exam subject areas.
Please use the ASU Libraries Catalog to search for specific bar exam materials. Ask a Librarian if you need assistance finding materials.
The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law subscribes to the CALI Library of Lessons tutorials. CALI tutorials, written by law faculty and librarians from American law schools, are reviewed and revised on a regular basis. The lessons are designed to help you become accustomed to taking multiple-choice examinations and provide feedback to your answers. To access the law school's subscription to CALI, please visit our Using CALI website. Many of the over 300 CALI tutorials cover bar subjects.
Please direct questions or comments to Leslie A. Pardo, Head of Access Services, Ross-Blakley Law Library, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.
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