"If you were ethical before using BarPlus Bar Review's MPRE app, you'll probably be ethical after. If you were unethical before, you'll probably be unethical after. So why use this app? Only to pass the MPRE. If you read the materials, watch the lecture, and do the practice exams, the app should get you a passing score. If it accidentally makes you a better person, view that as an unexpected bonus." -- LawSchool.comNote: Every jurisdiction determines the score it requires for candidates to pass the MPRE. For a listing of all passing scores, download the free "Bar Exam" app from the App Store.***The lecture will not be offered for the March MPRE. It will be offered, beginning in June, for the August MPRE.***THE MPRE app gives you everything you need to pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam. This includes -- an extensive outline that has been used successfully by tens of thousands of law students and law-school graduates.-- a four-hour MPRE lecture, taught by Stan Chess, the President of LawTV, and former President of Bar/Bri Bar Review. Over more than 30 years, he has prepared hundreds of thousands of law students and law-school graduates for the MPRE and the bar exam. Mr. Chess lectured for Bar/Bri on the MPRE in Manhattan, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia, Newark, Miami, Stanford, San Diego, Austin, Phoenix, Denver, St. Louis, Berkeley, Cambridge, Cleveland, Ann Arbor, Ithaca, New Haven, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Washington, DC, and many other cities.He has also been the principal MPRE lecturer for BarPlus Bar Review, for West Publishing, and for PLI (the Practising Law Institute).-- MPRE workshops.-- MPRE simulated exams.-- Answers.Questions? You can reach us at MPRE@lawtv.com.