Where to get NY bar DETAILED score report

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Where to get NY bar DETAILED score report

Post by StructuresAndForces » Mon Feb 22, 2021 12:40 pm

Does anyone know where to get the DETAILED NY Bar Score Report (an example here: https://www.jdadvising.com/dissect-new- ... re-report/)? I have my total written score and total MBE score that I ordered from NCBE, but want the detailed breakdown showing my score on each essay for the MEE and score by subject on the MBE.

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Re: Where to get NY bar DETAILED score report

Post by JoeSeperac » Fri Feb 26, 2021 11:31 am

Most states only provide detailed score reports to examinees who fail. Examinees who pass generally only receive their MBE and total score. Likewise, in states that permit an examinee to review their essays, this only applies to examinees who fail.

If you failed the exam and send me your score information, I can provide you with some useful information on your scoring. I have a form for collecting the score info here:


Normally, I provide a 16 page analysis of your scores if you complete the form (a sample of it is here: https://www.seperac.com/bar/pdf/Seperac ... BE-J18.pdf). FYI, since the score information released with the last exam was limited (e.g. no MBE subscores, in some cases no essay scores), I can only provide some limited statistics to anyone who sends me their J20, S20 or O20 scores.

If you passed the exam and want to post your MBE and total score here, I can tell you how you did on the MBE and your national percentiles.

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