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The February 2013 Bar Exam Results: Massachusetts Bar Exam Results Statistics

Posted in Uncategorized on April 30, 2013 by barprofs

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Massachusetts’ applicants received their results by email last weekend and Massachusetts has just posted their statistics. A total of 671 applicants sat for the February 2013 bar examination, of whom 425 (63.3%) passed.  There were 354 first time takers, of whom 259 (73.2%) passed the exam.  The second time takers passed at 61.7%; third time takers passed at a 38.9%; fourth time takers passed at 40% and fifth time takers or more passed at a 15.4% rate.

By Law School, the statistics are as follows:

Boston College:   first time taker: 87.5%, overall:  69.2%

Boston University:    first time taker: 87.5%, overall:  83.3%

Harvard:   first time taker: 100%, overall:  100%

Massachusetts School of Law:   first time taker: 62%, overall:  51.6%

New England Law:   first time taker: 61.5%, overall:  64.6%

Northeastern:    first time taker:  88.2%, overall:  81.8%

Suffolk:   first time taker: 70.5%, overall:  64.2%

Univ. Of Mass at Dartmouth:   first time taker: 57.1%, overall:  52.4%

Western New England:    first time taker: 40%, overall:  37%

All other schools:   first time taker: 80.5%, overall:  67.6%

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The Bar Exam Results for February 2013: Washington and Massachusetts Bar Exam Results

Posted in Uncategorized on April 29, 2013 by barprofs

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Washington has now publicly released the names and statistics of its bar exam results.  247 candidates passed the Bar Exam administered in February 2013. Of the 421 candidates who took the exam, 58.7% passed.  First time takers (non-attorneys) passed at a 67.3% rate. Repeaters (non attorneys) passed at a 60.9% rate.  Washington will be a UBE state.

Congratulations to those who passed.

Applicants in Massachusetts were sent their results by mail on Friday.   Congratulations.  We will post the statistics when they come out.

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The Bar Exam Results for February 2013: Oregon and Alabama Bar Exam Results Are Now Out

Posted in Uncategorized on April 26, 2013 by barprofs

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Oregon’s bar exam results are now out. The pass rate for first time takers was 77%, for repeat takers it was 57% and overall, the Oregon bar exam pass rate was 69%.

Congratulations to those who passed.

Applicants in Alabama were sent their emails this morning for those who passed.  Congratulations.

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The Bar Exam Results for February 2013: Ohio Bar Exam Results Are Now Out

Posted in Uncategorized on April 26, 2013 by barprofs

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Ohio’s bar exam results are now out.  The results by name are posted on its website.

Congratulations to those who passed.

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The Bar Exam Results for February 2013: Virginia Bar Results Are Out, Oregon, Ohio Alabama and Washington Will Come Out Today

Posted in Uncategorized on April 26, 2013 by barprofs

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Virginia’s bar results have come out yesterday.  Virginia’s first time pass rate was 65.7% and its overall rate was 57.45%.

The law schools’ first time taker pass rate was:

Appalachian:  25%

William and Mary:  50%

George Mason:  90%

Liberty:  100%

Regent:  66.7%

Richmond:  45.45%

Virginia:  100%

Washington and Lee:  57%

We have at least four states releasing their bar exam results today.

Oregon, Ohio, Alabama and Washington’s bar exam results will all be coming out today on Friday, April 26th.  We will post the results as they come out.

Good luck to those waiting for bar exam results.

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Florida Bar Exam Results for February 2013: Why Do Law Students Fail the Florida Bar Exam; How Can I Pass?

Posted in Uncategorized on April 25, 2013 by barprofs

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Most law students fail the Florida Bar Exam for three major reasons:

1. They revert back to bad writing habits developed in law school.

Under the pressures of the bar exam, many students revert back to bad habits. These bad habits allowed them to graduate from law school, but will be the kiss of death on the bar exam. Some of the bad habits include, not organizing your answer, no line by line analysis and not answering the call of the question. Remember that the bar exam essay is completely different from your law school exams. You must organize, find your issues and discuss the issues fully to be successful on the bar exam.

2. Poor Preparation and Time Management.

Many law students start their bar preparation entirely too late, leaving most in a rush mode. For the upcoming July 2013 bar, your preparation should start no later than May 15, 2013. You should allow yourself 5 to 6 hours per day for studying. But more importantly, studying correctly is the key. You need to write and answer many essays and MBE questions. Your answers must be evaluated by a private tutor.  The tutor can answer questions and assess your progress.  Be focus driven towards your goal of passing the bar exam.

3. They don’t really believe that they will pass

You must have a belief that you will pass. Get rid of all negative thoughts, people and things. You must truly believe that you will pass. You must say this every single day prior to the bar and you must have the confidence to succeed.  Although you have taken the bar exam more than once, you must know that you can pass.

For those who have not passed the bar exam, get back on the horse and start preparing for July 2013.  You can pass the exam, with help from a private tutor like Bar Professors.

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The Bar Exam Results for February 2013: Minnesota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Virginia, and Washington

Posted in Uncategorized on April 23, 2013 by barprofs

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Oklahoma and Minnesota have released their bar exam results.  Oklahoma had a total of 132 applicants taking the bar exam, with 103 passing for a pass rate of  77%.

Oregon, Virginia and Washington’s bar exam results will all be coming out on Friday, April 26th.

Good luck to those waiting for bar exam results.

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