2024 MPRE Prep Course Schedule

If you are sitting for the national MPRE in 2024, the American Academy of Attorney-CPAs (AAA-CPA) student membership committee and Rigos Publications invite law students to try our free MPRE prep books and live on-line learning coverage lecture.

This review preparation course date is scheduled 3-4 weeks before the actual MPRE 2024 exams.  This provides you sufficient time to work through our book and our 366 MPRE questions.  Our MPRE program covers all you need to score high on the MPRE. 

To attend our national Free MPRE class on February 24, 2024 and receive our free MPRE book, register at February Study Group: MPRE Review (attorney-cpa.com).  To sit for the actual MPRE you must register with NCBE well in advance.

To assure passing we recommend students commit to a minimum 30 to 40-hour planned-out serious study effort.  You must adequately understand the details of the ABA's controlling disciplinary rules which the MPRE tests.  You should also work through sufficient multiple-choice questions and answers in our book to become familiar with how the exam tests the individual ethical rule at issue.  Best is to work them all; one in four candidates does not pass the MPRE in their first sitting.

The MPRE is more competitive than most law school classes.  Our 5-hour overview lecture "walks" you through our text building a strong MPRE exam prep foundation.  Prudent law students and practicing lawyers subsequently go back through the book details to create their own chapter-by-chapter outlines using our software template.  They also usually work through most of the 350 questions and answer rationales in our books.  Our final practice exam is right at the current MPRE degree of difficulty.  

                                                  2024 SCHEDULE

REGISTRATION DEADLINE        Jan. 25                 June 12            Sept. 18

 CLASS LECTURE DATE               Feb. 24                July 20              Oct. 5

MPRE TEST DATE                     Mar. 26 or 27     Aug. 13 or 14    Nov. 7 or 8

                                        Eastern      Central      Mountain      Pacific
Start                                12:00 pm   11:00 am    10:00 am     9:00 am


"I scored 130 on the MPRE and found all aspects of the Rigos MPRE course excellent. Based upon my friends’ negative experience with other national review courses, this seems to be the best bar exam study system out there. I will go with Rigos for my full bar exam next year."

Erin Steiner, Ohio State Law School

"I scored 131 on the MPRE using Rigos.  I found the exam easy after studying the text and working through all their 360+ questions and full answer rationales.  The acronyms helped a lot to memorize tested elements. The concise exam focused text was excellent.  The question maps showed me exactly how the examiners test the ethical issues.  Rigos is a great ethical resource and I recommend it to law students without qualification."

Noah Patton, Duncan School of Law 

"The Rigos concise text, Magic Memory Outlines, Question Maps, Acronyms, and tons of practice questions worked well enough for me to score 120 on the MPRE. Thanks for the great bar exam tool!"

Bob Pittman, University of Washington Law School

"Your MPRE book helped me score 121 on my exam.  This was far higher than my friends that used other national review sources.  It was great!  Thanks."

Monica Pierce, UCLA School of Law

Our material, acronyms, question maps, and 366+ questions with full answer rationales are helpful and effective in mastering the MPRE substance and learning exactly how it is tested by NCBE.  This is the foundation elements of our efficient, effective Rigos focused UBE LOPR Learning System

  • Learn law,
  • Outline law,
  • Practice working 350 related exam-like questions,
  • and final Review of your own Magic Memory Outlines.

This free 5-hour class review sessions national broadcast is given three times a year on-line for law students and AAA-CPA members. The lectures lead the student through the six text chapters in our 2024 edition MPRE section of the UBE in six classes averaging 50 minutes each.

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