The California bar exam results for February 2015 have been released through private lookup
The State Bar of California’s Committee of Bar Examiners reported that 39.5% of the applicants passed the February 2015 General Bar Examination (GBX). Preliminary statistical analyses show that of the 4,763 applicants who took the GBX, 32% were first-time takers. The passing rate for the 1,524 first-time applicants was 47% overall. The passing rate for the 3,239 applicants repeating the examination was 36% overall.
Preliminary statistical analyses show the first-time and repeater percent passing the GBX, by law school type as follows:
California ABA: first time takers: 54%; Repeat Takers: 47%
Out-of-State ABA: first time takers: 41%; Repeat Takers: 38%
California Accredited (but not ABA) : first time takers: 30%; Repeat Takers: 17%
Unaccredited: Fixed-Facility: first time takers: 20%; Repeat Takers: 16%
Unaccredited: Correspondence: first time takers: 33%; Repeat Takers: 22%
Unaccredited Distance Learning: first time takers: 38%; Repeat Takers: 10%
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