[Edit: There are some MPRE prep lectures -- some free and some for fee -- here.]
Many of the new visitors to this site are searching for model questions and answers for next Saturday's MPRE test. We don't have that here, but good luck to all you test takers. I can't endorse the advice I sometimes hear about the MPRE: choose answer (c), or choose what appears to be the second most ethical course of conduct. My advice is to get ahold of a good outline, do your practice tests, and discuss your wrong answers with another student.
From the policy standpoint, I can happily report that the California State Bar has rejected a recommendation that it raise the passing score of the MPRE to a point where only 50% of test takers would pass. Whew. That recommendation was too extreme. The Bar will be raising the passing score somewhat, but not that far. Robert Cochran, a Professor at Pepperdine, was a key opponent of the recommendation, because he felt it would focus attention on minutiae rather than on character building. (Unfortunately, I can't find his op-ed piece online. Anyone know of a pointer?)
Last semester one of my essay exam questions asked students to support or reject the recommendation. A surprisingly large number supported it. I expected nearly unanimous opposition.