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Refer to the table below for a summary of the actions you can take in each account.If you don’t have an NCBE Account, you should create one before beginning the MPRE registration process.
The registration confirmation email sent by LSAC includes the fees paid and serves as a fee receipt.On the MPRE Registration page, select Register for the MPRE / Log in to MPRE Account.If you already have an MPRE account with LSAC, you will be taken to the MPRE account login page on the LSAC website.(You already have an MPRE account if you previously registered for an MPRE that was administered in 2013 or later.) If you do not already have an MPRE account, you will be taken to the MPRE Account Creation page on the LSAC website.Follow the instructions there to create an account and log in.You will be asked to provide your NCBE Number (available in your NCBE Account).
When you register by telephone, an LSAC representative will create an online MPRE account for you if you don’t already have one. Absolutely no registrations will be accepted after the late registration deadline.
We recommend that you register online for the MPRE. You can register by telephone, but if you choose this option, you will still need access to a computer with an Internet connection and a printer to print your Admission Ticket for the examination and to view other important exam information.
To register online for the MPRE, log in to your NCBE Account and select MPRE Registration.
You will receive an email confirmation from LSAC when your registration has been processed.
To register by telephone for the MPRE, call LSAC at 215-504-3886.
If you do not designate a jurisdiction before the exam, or if you decide you would like to have your MPRE score sent to additional jurisdictions, you must request and pay for a score report after the examination through MPRE Score Services.