The New York bar exam results for July 2019 are now out, as well as the statistics.
New York had a 65% overall pass rate, a 2% increase from last year’s 63% pass rate but lower than the 68% pass rate of 2017.
For first time takers the pass rate was 86% for all ABA graduates, an increase of 3% from last year and the same pass rate of 2017.
35% of all takers were foreign educated candidates. The foreign educated first time taker pass rate was 53%, a 3% increase from last year but still behind the 2017 pass rate of 57%.
The overall pass rate for foreign educated was 43%, an increase of 2% last year but still behind the 2017 pass rate of 48%.
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