This article originally appeared in The Bar Examiner print edition, Winter 2019-2020 (Vol. 88, No. 4), pp 33.
1 The Bar Examiner Website
The website for this publication is a primary NCBE resource for in-depth information about the bar exam, where legal educators can find a vast archive of articles organized by topic to learn about important concepts such as test development for each exam component, grading and scoring, equating and scaling, and more.
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2 Bar Exam Fundamentals for Legal Educators
NCBE’s newest publication addresses questions drawn from conversations NCBE has had with legal educators across the country about how the bar exam is developed, administered, and scored. Available at thebarexaminer.org/bar-exam-fundamentals.
3 BarNow™ Study Aids
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4 NCBE’s Testing Task Force
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5 The Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements
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6 NCBE Website
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7 Understanding the Uniform Bar Examination
This pdf resource collects valuable information about the Uniform Bar Examination, including jurisdiction-specific information such as minimum score requirements, maximum score age for transferred scores, and the administration of jurisdiction-specific law components.
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