In the most substantive change in the New York state bar exam in more than two decades, the Court of Appeals yesterday approved the addition of the Multi-State Performance Test (MPT) beginning with the July 2001 test.

With the new component, New York joins 26 other states that now test or plan to test fundamental lawyering skills in addition to substantive legal knowledge.

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