If you compare the February 2017 applicant list with the passing list, only 20/62 people passed Maine’s exam (32.2%). I don’t know how many people were no-shows, but that’s really low for Maine. Compare to last year’s 60%.
Maybe I’m missing something – I only compared the list of applicants with the number of numbers on the passing list. Anyone have an explanation for this?
As far as I can tell, the bar results for all 50 states and Washington, DC have been released for July 2014. I hope you heard great news, I congratulate all the passers, and I encourage all those who didn’t make it this time! Fighting!
At the end of Week 7, these bar exams results have been released:
At the end of Week 6, these bar exams results have been released:
At the end of Week 5, these bar exams results have been released:
At the end of Week 4, these bar exams results have been released:
For my Law School followers, I’ve added two new pages to the blog.
The first is “Bar Exam Results” — Here you can find links to all the officially posted Bar Results (some states don’t post them, and I’ve marked those) and Statistics. This covers all 50 states as well as Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands. Good Luck!
The second is “State MPRE Reqs” — Here I share the minimum passing score for each state and the time limits for when they will accept an MPRE. Did you know that 2 states don’t actually require an MPRE score? Good News!