Georgia Bar Examination

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Georgia Bar Examination
COVID-19 Information
Bar Examination Status Postponed, Supervised practice[1]
supervised practice (by Georgia lawyer with 5+ years experience) lasting until release of results of the second Georgia bar exam for which you could have sat (you get two chances to take and pass the bar exam)


as of April 17, 2020

Bar examination postponed until September 9, 2020


Administered by Supreme Court of Georgia Office of Bar Admissions
ABA-Approved Law School J.D. Required Yes
Graduate of foreign law school eligible to take the bar examination Yes
Winter Testing: February
Summer Testing: July
Requires Uniform Bar Examination (UBE)? No
Requires Multistate Bar Examination (MBE)? Yes
Accepts Multistate Bar Examination Transfers?
Requires Multistate Essay Examination (MEE)? No
Requires Multistate Performance Test (MPT)? Yes
Requires Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE)? Yes
MPRE Minimum Passing Score 75
Jurisdiction-Drafted Exam Components 4 essay questions on Georgia law.
First-Time Taker Pass Rate 70%
Repeat Taker Pass Rate 25%
Annual Test Takers Quantity 1652
Website
NCBE profile link