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California Bar Exam Format
The California Bar Exam is a
On the first and third days of the California Bar Exam, a
written exam is administered. The written exam consists
essays and performance testing. The morning sessions
contain three essay
questions. The afternoon sessions tests performance skills. On
the second day of the California bar exam, the Multistate Bar Exam is administered. AmeriBar
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California Bar Exam Scoring Information
On the California bar exam, the MBE accounts for 35% of the
your score. The essay
questions and performance tests combine to account for the
of your total score.