MBE Scores Lowest in over 30 Years

The national average for the July 2018 Multistate Bar Examination slumped to 139.5—its lowest level in 34 years, according to TaxProf Blog editor Paul Caron and Law.com.

Figures released Friday show the average score was a decrease of about 2.2 points from the July 2017 average, the National Conference of Bar Examiners reports.

According to NCBE, the 45,274 examinees for the July exam were the fewest since 2001. That number also represented a 2.9 percent drop compared to the 46,627 examinees in July 2017…

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Courtesy of the ABA Journal

MBE Scores Lowest in over 30 Years

The national average for the July 2018 Multistate Bar Examination slumped to 139.5—its lowest level in 34 years, according to TaxProf Blog editor Paul Caron and Law.com.

Figures released Friday show the average score was a decrease of about 2.2 points from the July 2017 average, the National Conference of Bar Examiners reports.

According to NCBE, the 45,274 examinees for the July exam were the fewest since 2001. That number also represented a 2.9 percent drop compared to the 46,627 examinees in July 2017…

Clink link above to read more.

 

Courtesy of the ABA Journal

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Average MBE score drops to lowest point since 1984

MBE Scores Lowest in over 30 Years

The national average for the July 2018 Multistate Bar Examination slumped to 139.5—its lowest level in 34 years, according to TaxProf Blog editor Paul Caron and Law.com.

Figures released Friday show the average score was a decrease of about 2.2 points from the July 2017 average, the National Conference of Bar Examiners reports.

According to NCBE, the 45,274 examinees for the July exam were the fewest since 2001. That number also represented a 2.9 percent drop compared to the 46,627 examinees in July 2017…

Clink link above to read more.

 

Courtesy of the ABA Journal

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