The Bar Exam
The Committee on Bar Admissions administers a written examination, which consists of two parts: A nine-part written examination (Part I) and the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (Part II). Part I is primarily essay and may include multiple-choice questions. The Committee has released sample multiple-choice questions. Part II, the MPRE, is administered by the National Conference of Bar Examiners.
It is the policy of the Committee that newly-enacted legislation-including amendments to existing federal and state statutes, and amendments, additions, and deletions affecting federal and state rules of procedure and evidence - will be tested six months after the effective date of the legislation, as opposed to the date of enactment.
Part I: Applicants who earn a total weighted score of at least 650 out of a possible 900 will pass.
Part II: An applicant must receive at least a scaled score of 80 or higher on the MPRE to have passed the MPRE.