Multistate Performance Test (MPT)
What is the Multistate Performance Test? It consists of 2, 90 minute items; the materials for the MPT consist of file and a library. It is in essence a testing of your practical abilities. It is not a test of substantive law. Weight is 20% generally.
The MPT might require a memorandum to a supervising attorney, a letter to a client, a persuasive memorandum or brief, a statement of facts, a contract provision, a will, a counseling plan, a proposal for settlement or agreement, a discovery plan, a witness examination plan, or a closing argument. Remember it does not test substantive law.