The MPT was developed to determine a test taker’s competence to practice law. It tests the ability to use basic lawyering skills in a real-life simulation and complete an activity that a new lawyer should be able to complete.
After cramming your brain with so many legal principles and mnemonic devices, the last thing you probably want is more information on the bar exam. However, these tips aren’t intended to educate you on the law. Instead, they may help you increase your score without any further effort on your part.