University of New Hampshire

School of Law

Academic Success: State Bar Exam Links

Each state administers its own bar examination. The agency responsible for the examination varies from state to state, as do the dates when the examination is offered.

Learn how to prepare for and register to take the bar exam in a given state through the links below.
You may need to notarize documents for your registration. See our list of notaries public at the University of New Hampshire School of Law.



Prepare for the bar exam

The Multi State Bar Examination (MBE)

Subject

# of Questions

Most Heavily Tested

Contracts

33

50% formation, performance, breach, discharge

Criminal Law and Procedure 

31

50% constitutional rights, accused persons

Evidence

31

33% presentation of evidence, 33% hearsay

Real Property

31

equal in all categories

Torts

31

33% negligence

Constitutional Law

33

50% individual rights

Also see >>The National Conference of Bar Examiners



Register to take the bar exam in a given state

Northeast

Mid-Atlantic

Southeast

Midwest

West/Rocky Mountains

Other U.S. Jursidictions

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