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Date:1/4/2013

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) January 04, 2013

Wysebridge announced today a limited offer to help those studying for the Patent Bar Exam. “With the current state of the economy, most people are strapped for cash” says Bryan, President at Wysebridge Patent Bar Review “and combined with the fact that quite a number of individuals have already paid for other study materials, we wanted to give test takers a great opportunity to utilize our resources.”

Wysebridge Patent Bar Review is offering their PRO membership, which typically costs $799, for $349. Test takers will have until January 8th, 2013 to cash in on this offer, and all that’s required is proof of a personal purchase of some other form of Patent Bar Study Material prior to January 3rd, 2013.

“We know that there are some major changes coming to the patent bar soon,” says Bryan, “and we want to help test-takers pass the exam as best and effectively as possible.”

Here is just a quick overview of some of the study materials and resources offered:
4 months of unlimited access
Complete online, smartphone & tablet access
Thousands of repeat exam questions
Frequency charts of repeated questions
Simplified MPEP chapter overviews
Detailed MPEP chapter summaries
Simple exam simulators
Exact replicas of past exams
Novel "at will" question practice
Individual and personalized study history and reports
Dynamic forum discussions
Precise studying plans

You can find out more about the Patent Bar Exam and the resources available to you to begin studying at http://www.wysebridge.com.

For more information or to take advantage of this offer, please email: info(at)wysebridge(dot)com

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