With each exam, I see a lot of examinees unnecessarily panic as the exam nears. To give examinees a good understanding of their odds of passing the UBE exam, I took every available statistic from a credible source (e.g. NCBE and NYBOLE) and created a calculator based on that data. While there will always be outliers, the estimations should accurately reflect the majority of examinees sitting for the exam. These statistics will either make you feel more confident or remind you that more work needs to be put into the exam. However, even if you are in an at-risk category, your MBE practice scores (assuming the MBE practice questions are of sufficient difficulty and representative of the topics tested) will give you the most insight as to whether or not you will pass the bar exam:
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I just posted a 2nd iteration of my UBE Score Estimator. This calculator should be pretty accurate for First-Time Domestic candidates (for the First-Time Domestic candidates who used the calculator and followed up with me after the F17 exam, the PASS/FAIL determination was correct 100% of the time). If you are a re-taker or foreign examinee, take the calculator with a grain of salt (it will tell you the average score for your demographic but the assessment is not as accurate as with First-Time Domestic candidates).
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