The New York bar exam results for February 2016 are now out, as well as the statistics. New York had a 41% overall pass rate. For first time takers it is 55%, which includes foreign educated attorneys. Without the foreign educated attorneys, the first time taker pass rate is 67%.
New York Bar Examination Passing Rates for February 2016:
Pro Bono Scholars 87%
All ABA Graduates – First Time Takers 67%
Foreign-Educated – First Time Takers 34%
All First Time Takers 55%
All ABA Graduates (first time takers & repeaters) 49%
All Foreign-Educated (first time takers & repeaters) 30%
All Candidates – First Time Takers and Repeaters 41%
A complete list of the candidates who passed the February 2016 bar examination will be available to the public on the Board’s website today.
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