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Florida Bar Exam


Format, Content, & Grading of the Florida Bar Exam



All data provided below are subject to change by a decision at any time by the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.  When any changes are made, they will be posted on this site.

The Florida Bar Exam is a two-day exam -- Tuesday and Wednesday -- with Florida essays and multiple-choice questions on Tuesday and the MBE on Wednesday.

First Day (Tuesday):  
Three Essay Questions
100 Multiple-Choice Questions

Second Day (Wednesday) morning session: 
3 hours 
Multistate Bar Examination (MBE)
100 Multiple-Choice questions.

Second Day (Wednesday) afternoon session: 
3 hours
Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) 
100 Multiple-Choice questions.

Florida requires that you sit for the MBE as part of the Florida bar exam. Florida does NOT accept your score from an MBE taken in another jurisdiction.

For further details on the MBE, click here.

Subjects Tested on the Florida Local Portion:

Equitable Remedies (Equity)
Family Law
Florida Constitutional Law
Florida Rules of Civil & Criminal Procedure
Florida Rules of Professional Conduct 
         & Rules Regulating Trust Accounts
Wills & Administration of Estates

Plus the six MBE subjects:
Constitutional Law
Criminal Law/Procedure
Real Property

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.

*MPRE --
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. 

For further information, contact:

Florida Board of Bar Examiners
1891 Eider Court
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1750
Telephone: 850-487-1292
Fax: 850-414-9822

Exam Dates:

Winter 2007
Tuesday & Wednesday, 
February 27 & 28, 2007

Summer 2007
Tuesday & Wednesday, 
July 24 & 25, 2007

Future Exam Dates
February 26 & 27, 2008
July 29 & 30, 2008

Filing Deadlines and Fees

If you are now in law school, you must file a law student registration AND a bar exam application.

Florida Filing Fees & Deadlines

Filing deadlines and fees are subject to change.  Contact the Florida Bar Examiners to learn the rules in effect at the time of your application.

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