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The Board of Bar Examiners (BBE) releases the results of the July bar exam in October and the February exam in April to all examinees by email. The email will include information about the next steps, a breakdown of the scores and the total score. Passing examinees will be posted by name on the website per the Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court.
The statistics for the bar exam will be posted on this website after results are sent to all examinees. The statistics will include the overall summary of the results and the summary by law school in Massachusetts. See the link below for the most recent statistics.
The names of all examinees who passed the written portion of the exam will be posted on Mass.gov pursuant to the Rule 3:01 of the Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court after notification of the results has been sent to examinees.
If a passing score on the July 2017 exam was not achieved, you may request copies of your essay answers by mailing a written request, including your examination seat # as indicated in the results email delivered on October 5, 2017, to:
Board of Bar ExaminersEdward W. Brooke Courthouse24 New Chardon Street - First FloorBoston, MA 02114
Your request must be received by October 20, 2017 and must include a bank check or money order made payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (not to the Board of Bar Examiners) in the amount of $25. Personal checks are NOT accepted. All Essays will be delivered electronically to the email address of record with your bar petition.
Copies of the MBE are unavailable.
Requests received after October 20, 2017 will not be fulfilled NO EXCEPTIONS.
To retake the exam in February 2018, you may download the Petition below.
Petitions for the February 2018 bar examination are available now and must be filed and received (not postmarked) by December 8, 2017 at:
Supreme Judicial Court for The County of Suffolk Clerk Maura S. DoyleJohn Adams CourthouseOne Pemberton Square, Suite 1300Boston, MA 02108
Office hours are 8:30am-4:30pm M-F.