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Georgia Bar Exam Format
The Georgia Bar Exam is a two
day exam. The essay portion of the Georgia Bar Exam will be
administered on day one. This portion of the
Georgia Bar Exam consists of four essay questions and two 90-minute Multistate
Performance Test questions.
On the second day of the Georgia Bar Exam, the Multistate Bar Examination is administered.
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Georgia Bar Exam Scoring Information
An applicant taking the Georgia Bar Exam must achieve a 115 (scaled
score) on the MBE to have his or her
Georgia essays graded. When scoring the
Georgia Bar Exam, the MBE
& Georgia section are combined and a score of 270
is required for passing.