Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The July 2016 Bar Exam: The MBE Scores Are Still Extremely Low and the Repeat Bar Exam Takers Are in Trouble

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The national mean score on the MBE for July 2016 is 140.3 – statistically the same from last year. The July 2015 results were down 1.6 points from the previous year, to 139.9, its lowest point since 1988. The mean scaled score on the February administration of the MBE fell to 135, down 1.2 points from the previous year and the lowest average score on a February administration of the test since 1983. That is a 33 year low for the MBE.

The NCBE believes the downward trend is likely to continue.

We have seen much lower MBE scores since the implementation of civil procedure to the MBE. In addition, the NCBE has increased its experimental questions from 10 to 25, which makes each question of higher value. And finally, the NCBE is making changes to the property questions effective this February. We will see the effects of these changes for the February 2017 bar exam.

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