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Was going to purchase OMNI prep due to their guarantee, but it looks like most posters here are recommending PLI.
If you are ready to part with your PLI materails that cover the most recent MPEP version 8, KSR etc., please contact me at 971-533-0193. Jean Marie Reply From the Forum: “Future test takers should be very deliberate in reading answers that appear to be quotes from the MPEP.
Q1) Red or Black Ink (Examiner’s Amendment) Q2) Titanium Baseball (Pulic Use/Printed Publication) Q3) Mirror (Inherent Function) Q4) Submitting Tables on CD-ROM Q5) Amending the Abstract – PCT Q6) Obviousness Q7) Claiming, Deleting and Reclaiming Benefit Claim Q8) Missing Parts – PCT Q9) Correcting PCT Applications Q10) Suspended Practitioner Q11) Digital Media for Gene Sequence – Biotechnology Q12) 1.131 and 1.132 Affidavits Q13) International Search Reports – PCT Q14) Costa Rica and Sweeden – PCT Q15) Spanish Phone – Design Q16) Lip Gloss/Ship Bell (Experimental Use) Q17) Velcro (Trademarks in Claims) Q18) Small Entity Status Q19) Mexican Nationals – PCT Q20) Information requested from USPTO Q21) Trade Secret Question Q22) Germany – PCT / Patent Term Q23) Broom Q24) Japanese Patent Q25) Electric Fan Q26) Maintenance Fee Paid / Check Returned Q27) Reissue (variant of Tommie and Jo) Q28) Means plus Function variant of Door Handle (Determining Equivalence) Q29) Death of inventor before application is filed Q30) Canadian Patent Agent in the USA Q31) Chemical Claim Q32) User Pass Q33) Indefinate Claim USing ‘High’ Q34) Investigating Deceptive Intent Q35) 2 Month Rule for Final Office Action Q36) Notice of Appeal Q37) Terminal Disclaimer Q38) Piecemeal Q39) Advisory Action Q40) Assignment Q41) Documents Requiring Signatures Q42) Missing parts in PCT Application (30 days) Q49) Rejection after Allowance Q50) Appeals Q51) Best Mode Q52) Multiplicity Q53) Reissue/Filing Amendment Q54) Australia (30 Month) – PCT Q55) Basic filing fee Q56) Restriction Requirement / Continuation Application Q57) 102(a): Need to file foreign language translation Q58) Exam Concept – Appeal Q59) PTO-892 Q60) Anticipation Q61) PCT Publication Q62) 102 and 103 Rejections Q63) TP Submissions Q64) Restriction Q65) CPA Q66) Claims Q67) Obviousness Q68) Hydrocyclone Hi all, Thanks for putting this one together.
Someone working quickly would likely fall into the trap of reading the first couple of lines and assuming that they had found the right answer.While I didn’t have much time to screw around, there was plenty to look up what I didn’t know for certain.By the end of each section there was maybe 5 questions I didn’t know for sure I had the right answer, but still had a pretty good feeling.Reply I passed the exam yesterday May 3, 2008 in Glastonbury CT.First I would like to thank everyone for putting together this wonderful website and especially for the one who initiated it. Here are some of the repeat questions I had: Oct 01 AM 5 14 24 Apr 02 AM 50 Oct 02 AM 1 version 21 Oct 02 PM 5 version 16 version Apr 03 Am 2 8 22 30 31 37 44 Apr 03 PM 3 version 11 12 16 28 32 Oct 03 AM 4 6 version 7 8 9 22 23 36 44 50 Oct 03 PM 2 4 10 13 14 17 32 38 40 43 also hairgel mirror 4-5 PCT questions general stuff until when you can add the benefit of the priority date, 102e dates Indefinite Claim using ‘high’ Maintenance Fee Paid primary reference in 102 non-signing inventor (can file his own patent and then interfere something like that) the lip gloss kissing a version of Einstein ex prate vs.I’m a bit fuzzy on detail right now, but in one example it was a 3-4 line quote and the end of the answer used ‘anticipation’ whereas the holding in the MPEP used ‘obviousness.'” Reply Just thought you should know that the exam simulator from Soft Area 51 shows to be from Catprep when you attempt to download it. Hopefully it will be of use to me in the last week I have before the exam. I’ve been practicing law for many years, spent hundreds of hours studying, and reviewed hundreds upon hundreds of questions – but NOT old exams. I failed the test (62%) and need to take it again — though I had noticed how many exam questions had been repeated after the fact! Review old exams ad nauseam — and remember that the USPTO’s goal is to trick test-takers — not to test them on basic, fundamentals.Indeed, the test is sadly not a measure of what you know at all; it’s an entry barrier in its purest form Warmest thanks again!So long as you have done those exams from the past couple of years and know why the answers are what they are, and looked at the new questions people have posted here/patentbarquestions/intelproplaw, you should be fine.The questions all came from those areas of the MPEP, nothing all that obscure (unless it was a question someone mentioned which was obscure, which we know where to go for that).I had a 60 minutes break which starts immediately after the first 3 hours. And thank you again for everyone’s advices and posts!I went in my car had a bite to eat and reviewed the 2003/2002 exams with answers. Reply “Several questions were new, and a surprising number were ambiguously written.