Friday, May 20, 2016

Repeat Takers Statistics for the California Bar Exam

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California’s bar exam results have been released. Statistical analyses show that of the 4,758 applicants who took the GBX, 29.3 percent were first-time takers. The passing rate for the 1,395 first-time applicants was 45.0 percent overall. The passing rate for the 3,363 applicants repeating the examination was 32.0 percent overall. The lowest since February 2009.

No matter which category your school fell under, the repeat pass rate was appalling. For California ABA schools, the repeat rate was: 46%; For Out of State ABA schools, the repeat rate was 32%, For CA Accredited, not ABA, the repeat rate was 16%. For Unaccredited, fixed facility schools the repeat rate: 10%; for Unaccredited, correspondence schools the repeat rate was 11%, for Unaccredited distance learning schools, the repeat rate was 7%

The LLM pass rates have yet to be reported, but judging from how our foreign educated attorneys fail in New York and by looking at the current statistics coming out of California, the pass rate was abysmal.

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