The Connecticut Bar Exam assesses whether or not a candidate is competent to practice law in Connecticut.
For its bar exam, Connecticut requires completion of two parts.
The first portion of the Connecticut Bar Exam is the Multistate Bar Examination, or the MBE. The MBE is administered twice annually; once on the last Wednesday in February and again on the last Wednesday in July.
The second portion of the Connecticut Bar Exam tests candidates on unique aspects of Connecticut's laws. The state specific portion of the Connecticut bar examination is administered in essay format.
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For more information on the Connecticut Bar Exam, visit the official Connecticut Bar Examination site.
Interested in Connecticut Bar Exam pass rates? We've collected the Connecticut Bar Exam statistics dating back to 2002: Connecticut Bar Exam Results