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FAQ

bullet 1. How much does your course cost?
bullet 2. What does your course include?
bullet 3. Are your course materials all online?
bullet 4. Is anything mailed to me?
bullet 5. Can I print out the material?
bullet 6. Can I download the lectures?
bullet 7. Who are your lecturers?
bullet 8. How do I apply/register for the patent bar exam?
bullet 9. How much does it cost to register for the exam?
bullet 10. How do I schedule my exam?
bullet 11. How do I get my results?
bullet 12. Should I start your course before applying?
bullet 13. I have a degree in ___, am I qualified for the exam?
bullet 14. I have no patent experience, can I take your course?
bullet 15. How much time do I get to study with your course?
bullet 16. How does your money back guarantee work?
bullet 17. How long does your course take to complete?
bullet 18. How soon after I sign up do I get access?
bullet 19. What does a patent practitioner earn?
bullet 20. What is the job market for patent practitioners?
bullet 21. What does a patent attorney do?
bullet 22. What about scientist and engineers?
bullet 23. How often does OmniPrep update its course?
bullet 24. Do you accept international orders?
bullet 25. Do you provide volume discounts for large orders?

 

How much does your course cost?
$495.
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What does your course include?
1. 6 months of course access
2. 90% of all questions seen on the patent bar exam
3. 60 day guided study plan
4. Study help from any of our staff patent attorneys
5. A Plain English MPEP Overview
6. Our Exclusive Live Lecture Series
7. A Concise MPEP MiniReview
8. A Detailed MPEP Summary
9. A Fully searchable electronic MPEP
10. Detailed exam MPEP search strategy
11. Exam Simulation software
12. 8 full-length timed exams
13. 100% Guaranteed exam success

No other course in the industry offers you a more complete preparation, and no full service course in the industry offers you a better price!
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Are your course materials all online?
Yes, thatís why we are the lowest price, full service patent bar review course in the industry.
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Is anything mailed to me?
No, all of our material is completely web based; thatís why we are the lowest price full service patent bar review course in the industry.
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Can I print out the material?
Yes, all of our review material, including the exams, can be printed out.
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Can I download the lectures?
Yes, all of our lectures are in mp3 format, so they can be downloaded to your computer and either played on your computer, burned to a CD or loaded on your favorite mp3 player.
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Who are your lecturers?
All of our lectures are given by one of our patent expert course developers and are recorded live.
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How do I apply/register for the patent bar exam?
Click on the USPTO Application link in the left side nav bar on our site and you will be taken to the application download area on the USPTO website.
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How much does it cost to apply/register for the exam?
The cost of the exam is as follows: a non refundable application fee of $40, a registration examination fee of $200, and a service fee of $150 payable to the Prometric administration facility. The new, computerized Patent Bar exams are administered by Prometric who specializes in professional exams.
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How do I schedule my exam?
Once you have submitted your admissions form and have been accepted to take the Patent Bar exam, you will have a 90-day window during which time you must schedule your exam with the testing center. You must go to:

http://www.prometric.com/USPTO/default.htm

and sign up to take the exam at a location nearest you. The exam is offered every day at a certain time, so all you need to do is pick a day.
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How do I get my results?
Immediately after taking the exam you will get a preliminary pass/fail, but it will take a few weeks to receive your official notification of whether you passed or failed. If you fail the exam, you will not be allowed to re-take it for 30-days.
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Should I start your course before applying?
Once you are registered with the USPTO, you will have only 90 days to take the exam at one of the Prometric testing centers. Therefore, it is important to start studying before you register, so that you never have to worry about being unprepared when the testing deadline hits. About 10 days before you finish your studies you should schedule your exam with Prometric. This will increase your selection of both days and locations at which to take the exam.
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I have a degree in ______, am I qualified to take the exam?
To be admitted to the examination, each individual must demonstrate possession of the required scientific and technical training. You must qualify under one of the following categories: Category A Bachelorís Degree in a Recognized Technical Subject: An Applicant will be considered to have the necessary scientific and technical training if he or she provides an official transcript showing that a Bachelorís degree was awarded in one of the following subjects by an accredited United States college or university, or that the equivalent to a Bachelorís degree was awarded by a foreign university in one of the following subjects:

Biology
Biochemistry
Botany
Computer Science *
Electronics Technology
Food Technology
General Chemistry
Marine Technology
Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Organic Chemistry
Pharmacology
Physics
Textile Technology
Aeronautical Engineering
Agricultural Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Ceramic Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electrochemical Engineering
Engineering Physics
General Engineering
Geological Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Metallurgical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Nuclear Engineering
Petroleum Engineering

* Acceptable Computer Science degrees must be accredited by the Computer Science Accreditation Commission (CSAC) of the Computing Sciences Accreditation Board (CSAB), or by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), on or before the date the degree was awarded. Computer science degrees that are accredited may be found at www.abet.org.

Other Bachelor Degrees
Degrees in subjects, such as Biological Sciences, Pharmacy, and Mechanical Technology, not listed above must qualify under Category B below.

Graduate Degrees
Applicants who have a Masterís or higher level degree in one of the subject areas listed above, but do not have a Bachelorís degree in such subject, must qualify under Category B below.

Category B
An Applicant with a Bachelorís degree in a subject other than one of those listed in Category A, must establish that he or she possesses scientific and technical training equivalent to that received at an accredited U.S. college or university for a Bachelorís degree in one of the subjects listed in Category A. To establish such equivalence, an Applicant can satisfy one of the following four options, other training, or other education listed below.

Option 1
24 semester hours in physics. Only physics courses for physics majors will be accepted.

Option 2
32 semester hours in a combination consisting of the following: 8 semester hours of chemistry or 8 semester hours of physics, and 24 semester hours in biology, botany, microbiology, or molecular biology. The 8 semester hours in chemistry or 8 semester hours of physics must be obtained in two sequential semesters, each semester including a lab. Only courses for science or engineering majors will be accepted.

Option 3
30 semester hours in chemistry. Only chemistry courses for chemistry majors will be accepted.

Option 4
40 semester hours in a combination consisting of the following: 8 semester hours of chemistry or 8 semester hours of physics, and 32 semester hours of chemistry, physics, biology, botany, microbiology, molecular biology, or engineering (for Computer Science see other acceptable course work). The 8 semester hours of chemistry or 8 semester hours of physics must be obtained in two sequential semesters, each semester including a lab. Only courses for science or engineering majors will be accepted. For Computer Science, see ďOther Acceptable Course Work.Ē All acceptable coursework for Options 2 and 4 must be for science or engineering majors.
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I have no patent experience, can I take your course?
Our course is designed to take you step-by-step from zero knowledge of the Manual of Patent Examination Procedure (MPEP), the manual on which the entire exam is based, to being an expert on the topics contained in it that are important on the patent bar exam.
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How much time do I get to study with your course?
Once you enroll you will have 6 months in which to complete our 5 step 60 day guided study program. On average the program require 3 hours of study time per day to complete in 60 days. If you need more time than that to prepare we will be more than happy to provide you with more time Ė just let us know.
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How does your money back guarantee work?
In the unlikely event that you do not pass the Patent Bar Exam after completing our course, you can either request:

1. A full refund; or
2. Free lifetime access to our course until you pass the Patent Bar Exam.

To request a refund, just send us your original USPTO Official Examination Results Letter via regular mail within 30 days of your enrollment expiration date, and we'll mail you a check for $495, no questions asked. Please send the letter to:

Refund Request
OmniPrep Patent Bar Exam Review
Omni Learning Corporation
848 N. Rainbow Blvd., # 1128
Las Vegas, NV 89107

To request lifetime access to our course, just follow the above instructions for the money back guarantee and we'll activate your lifetime enrollment immediately upon receipt of your Results Letter.
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How long does your course take to complete?
If you have no background at all, it will take 60 days, with about 2 hours of study per day on average, to complete our course. Thus, it will take about 120 hours in all to go from zero knowledge to expert on the material tested in the patent bar exam. If you have some sort of background in patent law, then you can complete our course in as little as 90 hours of study.
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How soon after I sign up do I get access?
If you pay via credit card, you get access right away (within 15 minutes). If you pay via eCheck, then access takes 24 hours, since PayPal takes longer to confirm this payment method.
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What does a patent practitioner earn?
Starting salaries are significantly above those of attorneys in general. Salaries generally start at $140,000 and go up to more than $300,000 for those that have been practicing for a more than a few years. Patent agents make somewhat less when starting out, about $80,214.
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What's the job market for patent practitioners?
For those who have passed the Patent Bar Exam, positions as a patent attorney are easier to find than positions as an attorney in general. The same can be said of patent agents. Additionally, IP law is the one field of law that is actually Recession Proof:

"LAW FIRMS EXPANDING IP PRACTICES
The need for IP legal assistance has exploded in the past decade as more companies rely on ideas, technologies and processes. That has led to a boom in the number of IP attorneys - a field some consider recession-proof."
A.E. Feldman Associates, Inc., Executive Job Search Firm
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What does a patent attorney do?
A patent attorney litigates patent cases in the federal court system, and represents clients applying for a patent before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Patent attorneys can open their own practice, work in a law firm, or as in-house council for a biotech/technology/engineering corporation.
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What about scientist and engineers?
Some scientist and engineers who take the patent bar exam end up going to law school and joining a patent law firm. Others take the exam to open their own practice as patent agents, much as a doctor does after graduating form medical school. Additionally, many law firms and corporate legal departments hire patent agents to do patent work.
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How often does OmniPrep update its course?
The advantage to our course is that we are able to update all material as the updates are issued by the USTPO. Additionally, we constantly include the newest questions asked on the exam as they are added by our developers, who sit for the new exam on a monthly basis.
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Do you accept international orders?
Certainly. Our patent bar review course is available worldwide. International customers can contact us by e-mail at admin@omnipreppatent.com. All payments must be made via credit card.
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Do you provide volume discounts for large orders?
No. Since OmniPrep is already one tenth of the price of competing programs, and offers a 100% money back guarantee should their employee not pass the Patent Bar Exam, there is really no need for us to discount our review course any further.
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