After spike up in 2021, MPRE mean scaled score slightly decreases
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The national mean scaled score for the March 2022 Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination is 95.6, compared to 99.0 in 2021, the National Conference of Bar Examiners announced Thursday.
The 60-question exam, given at testing centers, measures candidates’ knowledge of professional conduct standards, according to a news release.
It notes that the 2021 score for March was the highest it had been since 2012. In 2020, it was 95.8, and in 2019, it was 93.8.