Bar Exam Statistics
Statistic Verification
Source: Board of Law Examiners, Bar Association
Research Date: 7.19.2013
In the United States, this procedure is administered by the individual U.S. states. In general, a candidate must graduate from a qualified law school and pass a written test: the bar examination. Nearly all states use the Multistate Bar Examination, usually with additions for that state’s laws. The candidate is then admitted to the bar. A lawyer whose license to practice law is revoked is said to be disbarred.
Bar Exam Statistics Data
Average number of people who pass the bar exam each year 55,200
Average price fee for taking the Bar Exam $300
Average pass rate of the Bar Exam 76.5 %
State Passing Rate Passing Rate
Montana 89 %
Wisconsin 89 %
Missouri 87 %
Iowa 87 %
Minnesota 86 %
New Hampshire 84 %
Oklahoma 84 %
Illinois 84 %
Kansas 84 %
New Mexico 84 %
Maine 84 %
Nebraska 81 %
Massachusetts 80 %
Mississippi 79 %
North Dakota 78 %
Ohio 78 %
Kentucky 77 %
Georgia 77 %
Texas 77 %
Michigan 77 %
Pennsylvania 76 %
Indiana 76 %
New Jersey 76 %
Connecticut 75 %
Arizona 74 %
Colorado 74 %
Maryland 72 %
Virginia 71 %
Wyoming 70 %
Washington 70 %
Florida 69 %
Oregon 69 %
North Carolina 69 %
Oklahoma 68 %
West Virginia 68 %
Vermont 68 %
Alaska 67 %
Alabama 66 %
New York 66 %
Louisiana 64 %
Washington DC 46 %
California 42 %
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