New York’s Grim Reality for Repeat Takers

In honor of Halloween, here is about the most scary statistic I have seen for repeat takers in New York.

For repeat takers in New York,  the pass rate is dismal. For all students who took the New York bar exam as repeat takers, the pass rate for February 2015 was 35%, for July 2015, it was 22% and combined it was 29%.  Put another way,  4,632 repeat takers sat for the  combined 2015 bar exams and only 1,349 students passed.  A very gloomy statistic.

For NY ABA Law Schools: in February 2015, the repeat taker pass rate was 45%, in July 2015, it was 31% and combined was 39%.

For Out of State ABA Law Schools, the pass rate for repeat takers in February was 43%, in July 2015 it was 23% and for the combined year, it was 35%.

For All ABA Law Schools, the pass rate for repeat takers in February was 44%, in July 2015 it was 27% and for the combined year, it was 37%.

For Foreign Educated students, the pass rate for repeat takers in February was 24%, in July 2013 it was 17% and for the combined year, it was 20%.

Interestingly, the statistics seem to favor the repeat bar taker in February, rather than July.  Most repeat bar exam takers have the misimpression that February is a harder bar exam.

The statistics say you must get help. Contact the MBE Testing Institute  now and we can help you with the February 2016 bar exam.  You owe it to your future.  The MBE Testing Institute can help you succeed.

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The MBE Testing Institute knows that taking the bar exam as a repeat taker can be an isolating experience. The MBE Testing Institute helps the student keep motivated and confident through interaction with an MBE Testing Institute’s bar tutor.

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

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