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Wysebridge Launches Patent Bar Exam Study Review
Date:1/2/2013

(PRWEB) January 02, 2013

Wysebridge Patent Bar Review announced today the launch of it’s online study programs at Wysebridge.com - a full-service, dynamic, and personal company specializing in the challenges of studying for the Patent Bar Examination.

In collaboration with a diversified team of programmers, Wysebridge continues to expand its patent bar study materials including online exam simulators, personalized study records and advice, detailed frequency analysis of questions on past exams, exam centered study guides, and dynamically updating question databases.

The patent bar examination remains the qualifying standard for individuals to be eligible to practice before the United States Patent Trademark Office as a registered patent agent or patent attorney. The passing rate for the exam remains around 50%, the average passing rate for the past 10 years despite other companies attempts to provide study resources.

“If you are serious about studying, we’re serious about helping you pass the exam” says Wysebridge founder and President Bryan Doreian. “We feel there is a need for personalized, specific, and smart study materials for the patent bar exam, that was not being met by the current market. A wiser approach needed to be offered, and we were excited about researching, developing, and offering our program and materials to help those studying.”

The Wysebridge study material are concise, on-point, highly accessible, and would probably guarantee a pass even if I had studied half as much” says Wyatt, who passed the exam in November. “ An afternoon with these study materials was worth 50+ hours of studying that I was doing without them. I encountered no surprises on the exam thanks to these guides, and actually had 90 minutes left over in the AM section, and plenty of time left in PM. This is GOLD–it is literally a roadmap of the exam. You do not want to go to battle without this. I give my hi
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