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November 24, 2008

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SFLawyer

How does CA have "the highest passage requirements for the MBE section in the nation?" You need a 1440 to pass, the MBE is only 1/3 of the total score, and there is no MBE minimum. Sure, there is a specific range you want to be in (because very few score higher than 70's on their written exams) but there is no "minimum score" like in other jurisdictions.

Brian

SFLawyer - The original quote was "one of the highest requirements for the MBE section in the nation," not simply "the highest requirements..." However, I agree with you in that I'm not sure how Mr. Barbieri supports that statement either. Unfortunately, because California uses the 2000 point scale, there is no set minimum and there is no way of verifying what sort of MBE score you need to pass.

At any rate, I'm just relating the claims of the Director of Examinations, but when you consider the average scores on other parts of the exam, it does seem that a relatively high MBE score is necessary to pass, so I'm willing to take him at his word.

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