Florida Bar Exam

Written by Jill Morrison
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The Florida Bar Exam is given over two days and has two different portions. The first day is the essay portion. The second day is the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) portion.

Components of the Florida Bar Exam

The Essay portion on the Florida Bar exam requires completion of three essay questions. On this day, 100 multiple choice questions must also be answered. This portion covers law questions pertaining to Florida laws and regulations.

The MBE portion is given on the Bar Exam in every state. It consists of 200 multiple choice questions on the second day of the exam. These questions pertain to laws and regulations that are consistent nationwide.

The MBE and state section scores are weighted equally. A student needs a combined score of 133 to pass the Florida Bar Exam. Applicants must also pass the MPRE exam with a minimum score of 80 to become an attorney of law.


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