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Bar Exam In My State

District of Columbia

All information provided is subject to change by the District of Columbia Bar Examiners.

The District of Columbia Bar Exam is designed to test an applicant’s ability to understand and apply various legal principals presented in different formats. The exam consists of one day of multiple choice (Multistate Bar Examination) and one day of essay testing.

The Multistate Bar Examination, or MBE, is divided into two sessions, morning and afternoon. Each session of the MBE consists of 100 multiple choice questions over three hours for a grand total of 200 questions over six hours. For more information on the MBE, including a list of subjects tested, please click here.

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District of Columbia Bar Exam info

  • The MBE counts as 50% of your total score in District of Columbia.
  • District of Columbia does accept a score from an MBE taken in another jurisdiction if taken within 25 months.
  • You can expect to get the results of your District of Columbia Bar Exam in November if you took it in July, and April, if you took it in February.

For more information on the District of Columbia Bar Exam please visit the District of Columbia Bar Examination site.

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