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February Florida Bar Exam Results: How Test-Takers Fared



Last Updated on April 16, 2024 by Robert C. Hoopes

The Florida Board of Bar Examiners recently released the results of the February bar exam, revealing that 334 out of 593 first-time test takers successfully passed the exam, marking a pass rate of approximately 56%. This pass rate is consistent with last February’s exam, where nearly 55% of 678 test takers passed.

Florida administers the bar exam twice a year, in February and July, with a larger number of test takers usually taking the exam in the summer. Among the state’s law schools, Florida International University College of Law boasted the highest pass rate at 82.6%, while Florida Coastal School of Law had the lowest pass rate at 0% due to accreditation and financial issues that led to its closure in 2021.

The Florida bar exam spans two days and consists of written essays, a multiple-choice test, and a separate legal ethics exam. In addition to recent law school graduates, the February exam also included individuals already practicing law in another state or graduates from out-of-state law schools.

The Florida Board of Bar Examiners provided a breakdown of pass rates for each of the state’s 12 accredited law schools for the February 2024 exam. For further information, interested individuals can contact news director James L. Rosica at or follow him on Twitter @JimRosicaFL. Stay tuned for more updates and insights on My MBA Career.

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