Florida releases the numbers, not the names of the applicants and the site reveals just pass or fail of both Part A (the Florida section) and Part B (the MBE section) and the overall pass or fail. When you look up your number there will be 4 columns: your number, pass, pass, pass. The last pass is your ticket for your law license. You can fail a section of the Florida bar, and with enough carry over points, you can pass overall. So you will see some scores, like fail, pass, pass or pass, fail, pass. That’s ok, because that applicant has passed the Florida bar exam. Look at the final column and you’ll know whether you passed or failed.
The Florida Board of Bar Examiners also releases the passing rate of the law schools a bit later. The Florida Board of Bar Examiners releases the passing rate of the law school to the law school first. Florida only releases the first time taker rate and not the repeat takers rate, and not the overall pass rate. Good luck to all Florida takers!
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