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"[The course is] more condensed and focused on the basics of the black letter law, and on helping students develop a test writing strategy."
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2017 - July 24 – 26
2018 - July 23 – 25
Delaware Bar Exam Format
The exam is administered over two
and one half days. The essay portion of the exam
will be administered on day 1 and consists of 8
essay questions. On the morning of day 2, 2
MPT questions are administered. On day 3, the
Multistate Bar Exam is administered. An
applicant must also complete a clerkship requirement
and attend a Pre-Admission Conference before being
here for more information about AmeriBar's Multistate Bar Review Course.
Delaware Bar Exam Scoring Information
A combined weighted score of 145 (out of a
possible 200 points) is required to pass. The scaled
written score counts for 60% and the scaled MBE
score counts for 40%.