Bar exam and MPRE accommodations
The accommodations request process for both the Bar Exam and the MPRE is managed through the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) or the jurisdiction in which you are taking the exam, and is separate from Mitchell Hamline accommodations. If you intend to request accommodations for the MPRE or Bar exam, it is strongly recommended that you start the process several months prior and pay close attention to the important dates for each exam.
Each jurisdiction has its own application process and deadlines for requesting testing accommodations. You must apply directly to each jurisdiction in which you plan to the the exam.
- ABA bar information for applicants with disabilities
- Minnesota State Board of Law Examiners testing accommodation
All other jurisdictions
Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE)
Candidates must apply for accommodations and receive their determination prior to registering and scheduling a test appointment.
NCBE advises anyone requesting accommodations to submit their request as far in advance of their desired test administration as possible, and preferably by the recommend submission dates for that administration. More information can be found under the important dates link below.