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Graduating students who plan on requesting testing accommodations on the Bar Exam should first go to the website of the state where they are taking the exam and familiarize themselves with the application requirements and deadlines. Information about individual state Bar Exam requirements can be found on the American Bar Website. Please keep in mind that Harvard Law School’s process of providing accommodations is not necessarily reflective of the process for receiving testing accommodations on the Bar Exam. Each state has its own requirements and due dates to request accommodations.

Please contact Accessibility Services at 617-495-1880 or accessibility@law.harvard.edu for additional assistance and information about requesting information on the Bar Exam.

Information about requesting accommodations on the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) can be found on the NCBEX website.

Please note: In order to allow for sufficient processing and notification of accommodation requests, it is highly recommended that accommodation requests be submitted to the respective state’s Board of Bar Examiners or the National Conference of Bar Examiners (for the MPRE) at least four to six weeks in advance of the submission deadline.