Wondering how you will score on the real MBE? Try our JD Advising MBE app!
There is no better way to gauge how you will score on the real MBE than by taking an actual MBE exam. Thankfully, the National Conference of Bar Examiners (the organization that writes the MBE) has released several exams over the years!
In fact, there are four MBE practice exams that were released prior to 2015. (These do not contain Civil Procedure questions, as Civil Procedure questions were added in 2015.)
An additional exam was released in 2019. These exams are available for purchase on our JD Advising app. You can see screenshots below.
Four MBE tests released prior to 2015
You can find all four practice exams released prior to 2015 in our practice test section.
Two MBE tests composed of questions released in 2019
You can also find two MBE tests composed of questions released in 2019. These exams also contain released Civil Procedure MBE questions.
Study Aid Builder
We also have a study aid builder where you can create your own exam and complete questions in a timed – or untimed – setting. These subjects are all NCBE-released multiple-choice questions, with the exception of Civil Procedure.
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See how you are performing by subject and by topic. This will show you what you need to work on!
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