The July 2016 Bar Exam: California’s Bar Exam Results Have Been Released

California’s bar exam results have been released.  The first time taker rate was 56% and the repeat pass rate was 17%.  Overall the pass rate was 43%.  67% of the bar applicants were first time takers and 33% of bar applicants were repeat takers.  Here are the general statistics.

California ABA:  first time taker:  62%, repeat rate:  23%

Out of State ABA:  first time taker:  60%; repeat rate:  20%

CA Accredited, not ABA:  first time taker:  21%, repeat rate: 9%

Unaccredited, fixed facility:  first time taker:  32%, repeat rate: 5%

Unaccredited, correspondence:  first time taker:  13%; repeat rate: 7%

Unaccredited distance learning:  first time taker:  26%, repeat rate:  9%

Congratulations to those who passed! Contact the MBE & UBE Testing Institute for help if you did not pass.

The foreign educated lawyers pass rate were not included in the statistics yet. Those statistics will be released in about 4 weeks.  The MBE & UBE Testing Institute also specializes in tutoring foreign educated lawyers and LLM students.

The MBE & UBE Testing Institute knows that taking the bar exam as a repeat taker can be an isolating experience. The MBE & UBE Testing Institute helps the student keep motivated and confident through interaction with an MBE & UBE Testing Institute’s bar tutor.

If you need help passing the MBE, contact the MBE & UBE Testing Institute at pass@mbetestinginstitute.com for more information, like us on facebook at UBE& MBE Testing Institute, and follow us on twitter @MBETesting

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