Ultimate Guide to Wyoming State Bar Exam
Wyoming State Bar Exam | Basic Information
The Wyoming State Bar was first formed in 1915 and became an integrated bar in 1939.
Wyoming is one of 30+ states that have adopted the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE). Wyoming first administered the UBE in July 2013.
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Barbri’s bar prep programs cost $2,495-4,095 and include 100+ official NCBE questions from past bar exams.
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Themis Bar Review is based in Chicago and was founded in 2008.
Themis publishes its pass rates publicly on its website.
Themis bar prep programs cost $1,595-2,695 and include an unknown amount of NCBE questions.
Themis offers access to its online products for four months.
Stanley Kaplan founded Kaplan, Inc. in 1938.
Kaplan jumped into the bar review space in 2006 when it acquired PMBR, a company that provides test prep for the MBE. In 2008 Kaplan expanded its bar review offerings.
Kaplan’s bar prep programs cost $2,299-3,999 and include 1,200+ NCBE questions.
Kaplan offers access to its online products for four months.
Alexander Nakis founded AmeriBar in 1999. It’s headquartered in Tallahassee, Florida.
AmeriBar’s bar exam prep programs cost $895-2,545 and include 1,400+ NCBE questions.
AmeriBar offers access to its online products for up to three years.
Michael Ghaffary and Mehran Ebadolahi founded BarMax in 2010.
BarMax’s bar exam prep programs cost $699-1,499 and include 1,905+ NCBE questions.
BarMax offers lifetime access to its online products.
Tarek Fadel founded AdaptiBar in 2003.
AdaptiBar’s bar exam prep programs cost $395-1,065 and include up to 1,700+ NCBE questions.
AdaptiBar offers access to its online products for 5-7 months.
Matt Sellers founded Quimbee in 2007.
Quimbee’s bar prep programs cost $499-999 and include up to 1,830+ NCBE questions.
Quimbee offers access to its online products for 5 months.
What’s the format of the UBE?
The Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) is administered twice each year in Wyoming (in February, and July). The examination is administered over two days in four, three-hour sessions. The UBE has three parts: the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE), the Multistate Essay Exam (MEE), and the Multistate Performance Test (MPT).
The MBE is a six-hour test and consists of 200 multiple-choice questions that test your understanding across seven subjects. Your MBE score comprises 50% of your overall UBE score.
The MEE consists of six 30-minute legal essays. The MEE makes up 30% of your score.
Essay topics may include the following: Business Associations, Civil Procedure, Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law and Procedure, Evidence, Family Law, Property, Secured Transactions, Torts, Trusts, Unincorporated Business Entities, Wills and Estates, etc.
Crushendo offers the most recent MEE questions and includes the point sheets that the graders used.
The MPT consists of two 90-minute tasks where you analyze and apply laws to specific scenarios. The MPT makes up 20% of your score. Crushendo offers the most recent MPT questions and includes the point sheets that the graders used.
What’s the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination?
The Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) tests your understanding of established standards of conduct for lawyers. The MPRE is administered three times each year (in March, August, and November). The test consists of 60 multiple-choice questions and is two hours long. Check out this MPRE Tips video!
Upcoming Bar Exam Schedule, Dates, Location
Are you interested in taking the Wyoming State bar exam? Here’s some basic information on applying to take the Wyoming bar exam.
The Wyoming Bar application fee for most first-time takers is $600.
*Visit the Wyoming State Bar Admission Office’s website for more information.
If you desire to take the bar exam in February, the filing deadline is November 15. If you want to take the July bar exam, the filing deadline is April 15.
In addition to passing the Wyoming bar exam with a score of at least 270, there are several requirements that must be met in order to be admitted as an attorney in Wyoming, including:
- Score 85 or higher on the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) within the accepted time frame.
- Good character and moral fitness
- Graduate from an ABA-approved law school
Wyoming State Bar Admissions Office
Wyoming State Bar
4124 Laramie Street
PO Box 109
Cheyenne, WY 82003
What to bring
- Your current driver’s license.
- Your Bar Examination Identification & Certification Card that has your photo, NCBE number, and examinee number.
- You need to have these items with you for each of the four testing sessions.
- Laptop testers should not bring their laptop in a case or bag.
- Any item that can connect to the internet
- Any item that can record audio or video
- Food or drink
- Scratch papers
- Study materials
Wyoming Bar Review Course
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Frequently Asked Questions
When are my Wyoming bar exam results released?
February bar exam results are normally posted in April. July bar exam results are normally posted in September.
Can I appeal to have my Wyoming bar exam re-graded?
Yes, there does appear to be an appeals process.
How many times can I take the bar exam in Wyoming?
You can retake the UBE without any limit in Wyoming.
Applicants seeking admission to the Wyoming State Bar, without taking the bar exam, must comply with Reciprocity Requirements.
If you are part of a bar in any of the states, territories, or jurisdictions in the United States, you are able to have reciprocity with the state of Wyoming if approved by the Board. In order to be eligible for admittance to the Wyoming State Bar, without taking the bar examination, you must:
- Have a Certificate of Good Standing from last state
- Have proof of active legal standing in at least five of the last seven years
- Have Evidence of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) completed
- Have a JD from an ABA-approved law school
- Score at least an 85 on the MPRE
Here are some Facebook groups you may find helpful before, and after, passing the bar exam:
University of Wyoming College of Law
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