Equitable Remedies (Equity)
Florida Constitutional Law
Florida Rules of Civil & Criminal Procedure
Florida Rules of Professional Conduct
Regulating Trust Accounts
Wills & Administration of Estates Plus the six MBE subjects: Constitutional
Grading of the Florida Bar Exam:
Your score on the Florida
local day (essays and multiple-choice questions) counts for 50% of your
final score. The MBE counts for the other 50%.
You must average a scaled score of at least 133 on each day, for the
July 2003 exam, and at least 136 on each day thereafter.
Florida generally releases the results of the Summer exam in
mid-September and the results of the Winter exam in mid-April.
Florida requires an MPRE scaled score of at least 80. Your MPRE score will be accepted by Florida only if you sit for the Florida Bar Exam and the MPRE
within 25 months of each other.
Florida Bar Exam Details
Admission on Motion
(i.e., without having to sit for the bar exam)
Florida does NOT permit admission on motion.
To become a member of the Florida bar, you must take and
pass the Florida bar exam.