South Carolina Bar - out of state MBE score

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South Carolina Bar - out of state MBE score

Post by Leila19 » Wed May 22, 2019 2:50 pm

Hello - I have been trying to find an answer to this online and can't seem to confirm.

I know that South Carolina accepts transferred UBE scores, but if my state is not a UBE state, can I transfer just the MBE score and then take the rest of the UBE? I guess this questions applies generally to any UBE states. Do they accept MBE scores or do I need to take the MBE portion again too? Sorry if this is silly.


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Re: South Carolina Bar - out of state MBE score

Post by morrissey » Wed May 22, 2019 8:51 pm

The rule isn't clear, which leads me to believe the entire UBE must be taken here. Best bet for specific questions is to just call the bar admissions office at the Supreme Court. They were very helpful when I took the bar here (albeit the pre-UBE S.C. Bar). Here's the number: (803) 734-1080, website says you must call between 9am and 2pm for some odd reason.

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