A Step-by-Step Guide on What to Do if you Failed the New Jersey Bar Exam
A Step-by-Step Guide on What to Do if you Failed the New Jersey Bar Exam: Update: New Jersey Bar Exam results are out for February 2017. Only 174 of 429 (41%) of applicants passed. Read the press release here. That is an incredibly low amount. It is also not super-surprising. In 2016, New Jersey had its lowest overall pass rate in at least a decade. Only 58% of takers passed the exam. In fact, New Jersey’s passage rate has declined year-on-year since 2013. New Jersey also administered the UBE for the first time in February 2017, which could also influenced its pass rate. So, if you struggled with and failed the New Jersey bar exam, you are certainly not alone!
Failed The Colorado Bar Exam? Here Is What To Do Next…
Failed The Colorado Bar Exam? Here Is What To Do Next: As of, May 4 at 9:00 a.m. MT, February 2017 Colorado bar exam results are out. Colorado had a 62% passage rate with 227 of the 366 applicants passing the bar exam. Colorado adopted the UBE in February 2012, so they have our 5 years of results. Typically, the overall passage rate is between 69% and 77%, although this has fallen over recent years.
So, if you failed the Colorado bar exam, rest assured you are not the only one! In this article we outline a step-by-step guide on what to do if you failed the Colorado Bar Exam.
I Failed the Washington D.C. Bar Exam. What Should I Do?
A Step-by-Step Guide on What to Do if you Failed the Washington D.C. Bar Exam: February 2017 Washington D.C. bar exam results have been released! There was a 53% pass rate among first time takers, with an overall passage rate of 46%. February results for the Washington DC bar exam have hovered between 37% and 48%. So, this administration is no different than the average. However, overall, this is very low in comparison with other states! (We thought February 2017 bar exam results may make a comeback as the July bar exam—which has consistently been similar to February results in terms of passage rate—was 62% in 2016. To read more about this, click here.).
Needless to say, if you failed the Washington D.C. bar exam, you are certainly not alone. You also may be wondering what to do next. Having a plan for the upcoming DC exam can be an immense source of comfort.