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Patent Bar Exam Update: New Information Tested and More Changes to Come
Date:2/7/2013

relevant under the firs-to-file system. The new system will award a patent to the first inventor to file a patent application at the USPTO. Therefore, patenting becomes more of a "race" to file first (hence the name), rather than proving who invented what first.

Again, all this means that potential exam takers will need to learn the new material/changes, which is why Wysebridge is encouraging anyone seeking to take the exam to both 1) obtain study materials and resources to learn the current tested materials that have been added and 2) take the exam prior to the end of March. "We've taken the time to provide users with as simple to understand materials, covering the AIA changes," says Bryan Doreian, President of Wysebridge Patent Bar Review. "We're laying out our plans to cover the first-to-file changes, and will be keeping our ears and eyes on the materials the USPTO releases concerning the changes to the exam questions. Yes, studying for the new exam and new materials will be harder, but we'll provide you with everything you'll need to pass the exam." If taking the exam prior to the end of March is impossible, Wysebridge suggests pushing the exam date back towards the end of April, to allow time to learn the new materials and get a better understanding of what's being tested.

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