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Athanatos
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left

You will go far young man


Fishwater
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What section trips up most takers?


CarpeDiem
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Code III


Diddles
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Womski
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left
I was certain I failed on account of code III. I want to go check out my score just to see how close I was.

Looks like Mike Rubin saved my arse after all.


rmc
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Mike Rubin was the best professor I had in law school. I also thought I failed Code III.


Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left
If you get Redhibitory defect it's a lot easier to rack up points. Of course, we didn't get that our year.


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bayou_cowboy
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one piece of advice for all of you noobs: if you fail, make sure you go and review your test.



Hi theOG,

Could you elaborate more on the review process and discussing any potential grading mistakes with the committee? The Committee on Bar Admissions website makes it seem like all decisions are final.

After looking at all of my scores for the different parts, I have a strong feeling that either my test was switched with someone else's or entire subparts of various tests were missed.

Please provide a throwaway e-mail address if you could.


Bigpoppat
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After looking at all of my scores for the different parts, I have a strong feeling that either my test was switched with someone else's or entire subparts of various tests were missed.


doubtful


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TheOcean
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Boosie?


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Teddy Ruxpin
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His situation was they had him as not taking a whole section, so it wasn't a grading issue.

However, if you believe some tests were switched I would say that would be overturned if true. Should be easy to tell since your fake name was supposed to be at the end of every exam you took.

But these issues aren't common.
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Diddles
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Chances are you got douche bag graders.


arseinclarse
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I passed
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fatboydave
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BE in the 53%
Sona si Latine loqueris!!!!
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JudgeHolden
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I graded for years. Most papers were easy. You could tell right away if they were pass or fail. About 15 percent were hard, on the bubble. I reread those numerous times.
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bayou_cowboy
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Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day is Here
I graded for years. Most papers were easy. You could tell right away if they were pass or fail. About 15 percent were hard, on the bubble. I reread those numerous times.



JudgeHolden,

Do the graders expect the test-takers to recite the particular Code provision for their answer or is describing the issue, applying the relevant law, and providing the conclusion enough for full credit?

I know what the law says for a particular issue, but there is no way I will be able to provide the specific Code section for each issue (i.e. like the Code section that refers to natural servitudes).


Diddles
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re: Louisiana Bar Examination - Judgment Day Came and Left
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I graded for years. Most papers were easy. You could tell right away if they were pass or fail. About 15 percent were hard, on the bubble. I reread those numerous times.


With a 53% pass rate though I'd suspect that times have changed


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TotesMcGotes
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You don't need to cite code articles on the bar.


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Tigerlaff
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I don't know how to tell you this in a nice way; you failed. Sorry.


macatak911
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Mike Rubin was the best professor I had in law school. I also thought I failed Code III.


This.


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