Tuesday, October 6, 2015

The Florida Bar Exam Results for July 2015: Repeat Florida Bar Exam Takers: What Does Your Score Really Mean

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As you know, taking the Florida bar exam will be a challenging experience for all repeat bar exam takers. However, you must review and understand the breakdown of your scores. There are some important indicators as it relates to your July 2015 bar exam scores.

Let’s first start with the MBE. If you made below a scaled score of 125, that’s a clear indication that you lack the requisite knowledge of the subject matter, that you do not understand the methodology of the MBE and that you are not reading critically to obtain the proper factual analysis. You will not be able to score any higher on the MBE on your next bar exam if you do not get help. In light of this, you should retain a Bar Professors Florida bar tutor. Bar Professors will help you understand the methodology and the critical analysis of the MBE.

Next, is the Florida essays. Students score low on the Florida essays because they do not read and analyze each essay using the line by line approach. If you score below a 65 on each essay, you are not raising all discussable issues and, therefore, leaving much needed points on the table. Another common problem on the Florida essays, is an applicant’s failure to analyze each and every issue he does raise. Again, you should retain a Bar Professors Florida bar tutor. Bar Professors will teach you how to approach the essays to receive the maximum points on each essay.

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