The NCBE, the Raw Scores for the MBE and the Repeat Takers’ Need for a MBE Tutor

We have always looked forward to reviewing the raw scores of the MBE, including the point differential between the scaled scores and raw scores. Also, important to the repeat taker was the individual raw scores of each subject. The raw scores of each subject was an essential tool for the repeat taker to evaluate how he did on each subject. What was the repeat takers’ weakest subject or was the repeat taker weak in every subject?

Unfortunately, effective this bar exam cycle, the NCBE no longer releases raw scores or releases the individual subjects in terms of difficulty.

The NCBE has decided not to give the repeat taker a raw score or to list how the repeat taker did in each subject. This is of a great disadvantage to the repeat taker, since the repeat taker does not know if he has a weak or strong testing subject.

But we do know, that in the past bar cycles, the scaled score was anywhere between 12-18 points. So, the repeat taker can approximate how he did, percentage wise, on the MBE. Remember, the repeat taker needs to test at approximately a 65% for a successful MBE score.

That is why an MBE Tutor is so important to the repeat taker. The MBE Testing Institute can help you overcome the difficulty of the MBE test and help you to a successful score.

If you need help passing the MBE, contact the MBE Testing Institute at for more information.