The Texas Bar Exam lasts three days. On day one,
Texas gives a Procedure/Evidence exam and one 90-minute Multistate
Performance Test. On day two, Texas administers the Multistate Bar Exam. On day three,
Texas administers twelve essay. AmeriBar's
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Texas Bar Exam Scoring Information
The MBE counts for 40% of an applicant's score in Texas.
The Texas Bar counts the essay section for
40%. Texas counts the MPT for 10%. The
Texas Procedure/Evidence exam counts for 10%.
Texas Bar Exam - MPRE
In addition to successfully passing the Texas Bar Exam, an applicant must attain a score
85 on the Multistate Professional Responsibility
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Bar Exam Pass Percentage
Texas Bar Exam Statewide Pass Percentage
Texas Bar Exam - MBE Reciprocity
The Texas Bar does not accept scores from any other
administration of the Multistate Bar Exam.
Limited - Contact the Texas Board of Bar
Examiners at (512) 463-1621 to inquire into whether you
do not need to sit for the Texas Bar Exam.
Contact the board of
for the most current information.
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