Real MBE Questions Test


The Real Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) Question test is composed of real MBE questions released by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE). It is available as a “mixed” test to simulate the MBE, or a “by subject” test for those focused on one particular MBE subject at a time (You will find 30 questions per subject if you choose the latter option.) Both options are available in electronic format (which you will receive instantly upon checkout).

The mixed test simulates the actual MBE. The mixed test is 200 questions (divided into Part 1 and Part 2). This comes with an answer key and answer explanations.

The “by subject” test has 30 questions per subject in order. You will find questions in this order: (a) 30 Civil Procedure questions, (b) 30 Constitutional Law questions (c) 30 Contracts and Sales questions (d) 30 Criminal Law and Procedure questions (e) 30 Evidence questions (f) 30 Torts questions and (g) 30 Real Property questions. This option also contains an answer key and answer explanations. There are 210 questions total.

These questions we offer are written by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) which makes them much better than questions invented by a commercial course. They are more representative of what you will see on the actual bar exam. And they are the most recent questions available — they were released at the end of 2017. The NCBE has stated: “The questions are representative of the content in the MBE and are intended to familiarize candidates with MBE-style questions” and that the questions “can be used as a self-assessment tool for candidates seeking bar admission.” These questions are different from the ones in the Strategies and Tactics 6th Edition. They were made available recently so we know of no other company that offers them yet. They are extremely well written and difficult questions. These questions will give you an excellent gauge of whether you are on track to pass the bar exam. So if you are looking for some new and different practice questions, get these recently released NCBE questions in either electronic or hard-copy format.


  1. By subject: This means you will have 30 questions for each of the 7 subjects for a total of 210 questions. They are organized by subject (e.g., first you will see 30 questions for each of the seven subjects, divided by subject: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts & Sales, Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence, Torts, and Real Property. You will receive answer explanations for each question.
  2. Mock bar exam format: This is a 200 question exam in a “mixed exam” format. This mimics the real MBE and is in the same format as the real MBE. It has a “Part 1” which is 100 questions, and a Part 2, which is questions 101-200. You will receive answer explanations for each question.


  • The 200 NCBE questionswhich you have the option to order by subject or an exam format that is identical to that of the real bar exam. (All 7 subjects are tested equally with about 30 questions per subject. This includes NCBE-promulgated Civil Procedure questions!) Technically, you will receive 210 questions if you order the questions “by subject” rather than as a “mixed” exam.
  • short answer key which is one page with all answers with no explanations. This is a quick guide so you can tally up how many questions you answered correctly.
  • lengthy answer key with explanations for each question as to why one answer choice is correct and why the other three questions are not correct.

Thus, when you order these released NCBE questions, not only do you receive the questions and short answers, you also receive detailed answer explanations so that you know why one answer choice is correct and why the other three are incorrect.


Additional information

Delivery Options

Download, USPS Priority Mail (U.S. only), USPS Priority Mail Express (U.S. only), DHL Express (International Only)

MBE Test Format

By Subject Test, Mixed Test


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