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Wysebridge Encourages Taking The Patent Bar Before Major Exam Changes Are Implemented

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) January 08, 2013

Wysebridge Patent Bar Review is encouraging potential test takers to take the Patent Bar Exam soon, as the United States Patent and Trademark Office will significantly overhaul the examination for registration to practice in patent cases (known as the “Patent Bar Exam”) in early April 2013. This comes on the wake of of changes that were implemented this past fall with the provisions of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) that took effect September 16, 2012, causing a frenzy of activity to pass the exam. While test takers have already reported seeing questions on current exams reflecting the policy changes, everyone is anxious to see just how much the exam will be altered come April.

“What this means for potential test takers is that the window to pass an exam that’s been fairly well studied and to see questions and fact patterns that have been reused on prior exams is closing,” says Bryan Doreian, President at Wysebridge Patent Bar Review, a company devoted to helping individuals pass the patent bar exam through their study reviews and material. “There have been some significant policy changes implemented over the past year. When the USPTO unrolls the overhauled exam with new questions reflecting these changes, it will take some time for everyone to determine what the USPTO is focusing on testing.”

“We’re working hard to help test-takers to pass the exam before these changes,” says Bryan. “While we will continue to provide our time and energy to helping individuals pass the exam post-April, we want to encourage anyone who is thinking about taking the exam to seriously consider sitting for the test prior to these changes.”

It’s not to late to register and pass the exam prior to these changes. Once you have submitted your admission form and have been accepted to take the Patent Bar Exam (This typically takes a few weeks), you are given a 90-day window to take the Exam. This puts a company like Wysebridge at the forefront as their success in helping individuals pass the exam continues through their study services online, which is offered as both a free and paid membership format. “My one advice: Use the WYSEBRIDGE materials,” says Rachel, an exam taker who used these study materials. “They were fundamental to my success on the exam.  I literally knew 80%, maybe more, of the answers without looking in the MPEP.  Thanks so much!”

You can find out more about the Patent Bar Exam and the resources available to help you study at

About the Wysebridge Patent Bar Review Company
The Wysebridge Patent Bar Review Company, is an emerging information and educational company formed in 2012. The company’s sole purpose is to enhance the lives of individuals by assisting their studies to pass the patent bar exam. The company does this by collecting, processing, and summarizing information and data about the exam, providing the most effective and efficient study materials available.

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