Calif. Bar Exam Pass-Rate Slides Again, Falling Below 35 Percent

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SACRAMENTO—The success rate of would-be lawyers taking the California bar exam continues to slide, with just 34.5 percent of those who sat for the February test earning passing marks, according to figures released late Friday.

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  • Katherine

    The problem is with the test takers. This generation of students, that live in their parents basements, need safe spaces, riot at Berkeley because someone doesn‘t agree with their viewpoint, they don‘t want to learn. They spend three years being coddled and indulged. What do you expect?

  • Timothy D. Naegele

    The bar results are merely one more manifestation of very deep problems in the lawless State of California. See, e.g., wordpress.com/2014/09/08/the-state-bar-of-california-is-lawless-and-a-travesty-and-should-be-abolished/ (“The State Bar Of California Is Lawless And A Travesty, And Should Be Abolished“)

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