Thursday, May 26, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: Repeat Bar Exam Takers: The Myths and Reality of Passing

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Most law graduates are under the false impression that the more times you take a state bar exam the greater your changes are to passing
In fact, it is just the opposite. The more times you sit for a state bar, you decrease your chances of being successful.

The statistical proof is clear and convincing that repeat takers continuously do poorer on the bar exam than first time takers. Here are the hard facts:

The Pennsylvania February 2016 bar results indicate that the first time takers passed at 75%. The second time takers pass rate was 54%, the third time taker pass rate was 32% and the fourth time takers passed at 19%.

In Massachusetts, for the February 2016 bar results, first time takers passed at a 61% rate, second time takers passed at a 54%, third time takers passed at a 38% rate, fifth time taker or more at a 5%.

These statistical repeat taker numbers are a clear representation that repeat takers, on an average, only pass the bar exam at about a 33% rate. Obtaining a bar exam tutor should be the number one goal for all repeat takers.

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