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The MPRE, or Multi-State Professional Responsibility Exam, is an exam for law students that covers their knowledge and understanding of the professional conduct expected of a lawyer. It takes approximately two hours to complete and includes 60 multiple-choice questions. Passing this exam is a requirement to practice in nearly every state/providence, exceptions including Wisconsin and Puerto Rico.
When it comes to exam prep, some choose to take a Professional Responsibility course before taking the MPRE. Though the course is not a requirement, it can help to create a foundational background for students. This can also simply be done through individual study or through online MPRE courses.