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California Feb 2017 bar exam results out

http://www.calbar.ca.gov/AboutUs/Ne ws/ThisYearsNewsReleases/ guyingorillasuit05/14/17
It was 35.7% last year. I suppose the good news is the decli lazlo05/14/17
California Accredited (but not ABA) 18% 15% (first time, re oddis50005/14/17
I know the Feb. exam skews towards lower passage rates. More irishlaw05/14/17
In contemporary California, this is "unacceptable" to the po cacrimdefense05/14/17
guyingorillasuit (May 14, 2017 - 1:17 pm)

http://www.calbar.ca.gov/AboutUs/News/ThisYearsNewsReleases/201707.aspx

34.5% pass rate.

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lazlo (May 14, 2017 - 2:05 pm)

It was 35.7% last year. I suppose the good news is the decline in bar passage rates may be bottoming out!

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oddis500 (May 14, 2017 - 6:37 pm)

California Accredited (but not ABA) 18% 15% (first time, repeat takers)

This is shameful. These types of schools are making the profession an absolute joke.

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irishlaw (May 14, 2017 - 9:47 pm)

I know the Feb. exam skews towards lower passage rates. More retakes and people from other states who haven't done a law test in a while compared to fresh grads, but 33%...lmao I blame racism.

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cacrimdefense (May 14, 2017 - 10:27 pm)

In contemporary California, this is "unacceptable" to the powers that be. You simply cannot have a consistently lower bar pass rate, while the test takers become increasingly minority students, than financial aid can be denied to illegal aliens.

We will now tackle this problem in the same fashion as the Golden State's high school graduation rates were recently increased. When in doubt, lower the standards!

http://www.lawprepare.com/news/two-day-ca-bar-exam-starting-july-2017/

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