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If you want to read about the Statistics from 2011 below (including information about the grading and weighted information) read my original post Statistics of the Tennessee Bar Exam. This post is dedicated with the available information from 2015, 2014, and 2013.
Tennessee Bar Exam Applicants Taking and Passing the Bar Examination Statistics
2015 was the lowest year for overall passage rates of the Tennessee Bar Exam, but (as you will see below), 72% First-Time applicants passed the Bar Exam in 2015. In February 2014 of the Tennessee Bar Exam, a total of 304 law students took the bar exam in Tennessee. 194 people passed (64%) and 110 people failed (36%). 185 people were taking the bar exam for the first time. Out of those 185, 135 bar exam applicants passed. There were 119 total repeaters and 60 of them passed. Out of the 110 persons who failed, 59 had failed the exam one or more times before. Out of the total 194 who had passed, 60 were repeaters.
MBE Scoring in Tennessee vs. Nationality
NCA = Not Currently Available
February 2015 Bar Exam Mean Scaled Score in Tennessee was 136.64.
July 2015 Bar Exam Mean Scaled Score in Tennessee was 139.78.
February 2014 Bar Exam Mean Scaled Score: Tennessee - 138.76 Nationally – 138.
February 2014 Bar Exam Essay Grading Averages were: MPT: 3.75 (worth three essay grade in equivalent – see how scored for more information). Average of 9 other essays = 3.25.
February 2013 Bar Exam Mean Scaled Score Average: Tennessee - 138.44 Nationally – 138
Tennessee Bar Exam Applicants Taking and Passing the 2014 Bar Examination by Source of Legal Education
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