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jippyjappa

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failing the MPRE
« on: July 25, 2006, 10:39:01 AM »
Hey I am a little worried about failing the upcoming MPRE- frankly I have been really busy and have barely begun to study yet. So I have a question. Are there any real consequences to failing the MPRE and retaking it later? I know that you can't take the bar unless you pass the MPRE but will failing the MPRE once before passing it have any effect on anything?

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Re: failing the MPRE
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2006, 11:48:16 AM »
From what I've heard (annecdote from a Dean), no, there are no consequences to failing the MPRE. Well, except having to take it again, and pay another $55 (or whatever).

I'm taking it, also, in August and haven't studied much. I did decide to take the BarBri class for it; that'll be a few days before the test.