Virginia Bar Exam February 2012 Results Posted

The February 2012 Virginia bar exam results have been posted:  (http://www.vbbe.state.va.us/bar/barresults.html)

 It was a tough exam with just over 1/2 of test takers passing (55.68%) and 2/3s (66.16%) of first-time takers passing.  Kudos goes to George Mason University School of Law with the highest overall pass rate of 77.27%.

 To everyone who passed, first and foremost, congratulations!  To everyone who did not pass, don’t despair.  Regroup, reassess and get ready for the July 2012 exam.  Think about what you did, how much time you studied, etc.  Then, promise yourself to make this summer all about studying and passing the exam.

 Hopefully we will see MD/DC/NY results soon.  Good luck to everyone still waiting for results.

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Dwight Zenzano is the author of the Bar Exam Blog at www.dcbarexam.com and tutors for all bar exams across the country. He specializes in the Virginia and DC bar exams and does in-person tutoring in the Washington DC metro area.
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Dwight Zenzano is the author of the Bar Exam Blog at www.dcbarexam.com and tutors for all bar exams across the country. He specializes in the Virginia and DC bar exams and does in-person tutoring in the Washington DC metro area.

4 thoughts on “Virginia Bar Exam February 2012 Results Posted

  1. Guest

    Studied about half as much the second time and passed. Seems like you would need to study more but you don’t, it will come back to you after reading a few outlines. Two months of trying to study while working full time would not have been enough without all of my previous outlines from round 1. I did take 5 days off of work before the exam, well worth it.

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  2. Anonymous

    I disagree with the above the poster, I studied for the first time, and worked full time. My billables suffered but i was dilligent for a bit more than 2 months, and passed. It just needs a lot of work and certainly a strong game plan.

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