NEW — Completely Updated Version for post-October 4th, 2014 exams. Covers the 9th Edition MPEP including AIA material.
The Patent Bar Exam Prep Workbook was created for one reason only, that can assist you pass the Patent Bar Exam. Check your knowledge of the tested material by attempting the unique quiz questions within the Workbook. All of the questions have been written by our team and serve as a stepping stone between learning the material from the MPEP and taking real practice exam questions.
You’ll answer fill-in-the-blank, true/false and short answer questions. Use our additional study aids to learn the material or in case you are on a budget, use the MPEP itself.
The Workbook is completely updated for the The united states Invents Act including first-inventor-to file provisions and new trial proceedings. It is based on the MPEP 9th Edition which the Patent Bar started covering October 4th, 2014. This will continue to be the tested material for a very long time to come.
The Workbook covers chapters 100 through 2800 of the MPEP in conjunction with detailed quiz sections on Prior Art, 35 U.S.C. 102 (both pre-AIA and AIA versions), 35 U.S.C. 103, Disqualifying Prior Art, and 35 U.S.C. 112. These are heavily tested sections and therefore warrant special appendices in the Workbook. There are well over 1,000 unique questions within this Workbook. Learn what you want to pass the Patent Bar Exam and start your career in patent law.
Each chapter of the Patent Bar Exam Prep Workbook contains:
A brief introduction of that chapter.
Key objectives in conjunction with key terms you want to understand.
Quiz questions including short answer, fill-in-the-blank and true/false to test your knowledge.
Answers to every question.
By practicing with the questions in this Workbook you’re going to gain knowledge of the tested material. In addition you’re going to learn the location of the material in the MPEP. This is important for test day look-up since you’re going to have access to the MPEP throughout the exam. Lastly, this sort of interactive study process has been proven to be far more effective than simply reading, and watching or listening to lectures.