Arizona Bar Examination

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Arizona Bar Examination
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Bar Examination Status Supervised practice[1]
Effective May 1, 2020, qualifying students and graduates may practice law under the supervision of an attorney licensed in Arizona. Participants will be limited members of the State Bar of Arizona without paying membership fees.

as of April 7, 2020

Administered by Arizona Supreme Court Committees on Examinations and Character & Fitness
ABA-Approved Law School J.D. Required No
Graduate of foreign law school eligible to take the bar examination No
Winter Testing: February
Summer Testing: July
Requires Uniform Bar Examination (UBE)? Yes
UBE Minimum Passing Score 273
Additional Components required prior to admission Online course
Maximum Age of Transferred UBE Score 5 years60.0 months <br />
Requires Multistate Bar Examination (MBE)? Yes
Accepts Multistate Bar Examination Transfers?
Requires Multistate Essay Examination (MEE)? Yes
Requires Multistate Performance Test (MPT)? Yes
Requires Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE)? Yes
MPRE Minimum Passing Score 85
Maximum Exam Attempts 3
First-Time Taker Pass Rate 69%
Repeat Taker Pass Rate 22%
Annual Test Takers Quantity 961
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