My test at Prometric here in Lowell, MA, will be Monday, Dec 17th. Regards, Rolf Seichter 978-852-5803 Reply Dear Rolf – Much much luck to you on the exam!I mainly work with the PLI material and also took their class. I was hoping to purchase PLI materials at a discounted rate from someone on this site.Regarding the search function, if you enter in a string of words, it will search for that exact string, and you don’t need quotation marks.
The other 50 I did in 2 hours and had 1 hour to review and correct.I had a 60 minutes break which starts immediately after the first 3 hours. And thank you again for everyone’s advices and posts!Is Dev Ops helping organizations reduce costs and time-to-market for software releases? Find out in this Information Week and Interop ITX infographic on the state of Dev Ops in 2017.Recent test takers indicate that the following “new” questions are in the USPTO’s database servicing the Prometric Patent Bar Exam.You can search the MPEP by chapter (so you have to know where to find the answer) or you can search the index of all the chapters. the MPEP text is pretty small which can be hard to read. For the questions I wasn’t sure such as: what is in accordance with the MPEP rules or what is not in accordance or questions type ….except I knew in what chapter to look and I typed the main word in “find” and I got the answer they were looking for.
The first 50 questions I answered in 1 hour so I had 2 hours to review and correct.If you are ready to part with your PLI materails that cover the most recent MPEP version 8, KSR etc., please contact me at 971-533-0193. Jean Marie Reply From the Forum: “Future test takers should be very deliberate in reading answers that appear to be quotes from the MPEP.I found at least 3 instances where the answer was a long word for word quote of a case holding, but differing by one or two words toward the end of the quote.But I need them now, so I guess after December 17th would be too late.How long did it take you to prepare for the exam on Dec. Jean Marie Reply Much luck to all of you on the exam!Please also note commonly repeated questions and old exams.