The North Carolina Bar Exam: Tips and Tricks


Ten Tips for Passing the Bar Exam

Student Resources available for Bar Prep

Frequently Asked Questions about the North Carolina Bar Exam

Moral Character and Fitness Requirements

Programs and Workshops Available at CharlotteLaw

Bar Pass Counselor: Christopher Jason Woodyard

Bar Exam Resources

Board of Law Examiners
One Exchange Plaza, Suite 700
P.O. Box 2946,

Raleigh, NC 27602
Telephone: (919) 828-4886
http://www.ncbar.org

Bar Exam Format: The two-day exam consists of twelve essays (Day One) and the Multistate Bar Exam (Day Two).

Bar Exam Scoring Information: The Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) counts for approximately 40% and the state-specific essays count for 60%.

MPRE: The Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) must be taken within 24 months prior to sitting for the bar exam or within 12 months after completing the bar exam.

-Liz McCurry-

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