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boosiebadazz
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Doesn’t matter; had a blast in New Orleans that summer of “studying”


lsu2006
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Thanks dawg


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Blue Velvet
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
W H O O P
W H O O P


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stewie
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Congrats to those that passed!

Now buckle up because the real fun begins.


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lsu2006
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
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Doesn’t matter; had a blast in New Orleans that summer of “studying”




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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
72.09% total pass rate seems high or is that in line with recent tests?
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lsu2006
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Definitely high. Loyola made a HUGE surge this year. Southern improved a little up to 50%. LSU about where it normally is at 80%. I thought it was a little easier than the older ones I took while studying for it.


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Tall Tiger
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Those are good results for LSU, TU, and Loyola, in particular for the latter two. I guess there is no way to measure this, but I wonder if ending the "conditioning" aspect has made some students study harder? Pass-Fail is certainly more pressure.

Or, it could have been an easier test this summer.

Congrats to those who passed.


LSUTigersVCURams
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Yep no conditioning and they had a new system of scoring for this past test where the Code tests were worth 600 points total, the non code tests were worth 300, and you needed 650 to pass. So basically the official position of the Louisiana Supreme Court is if you don't know the Code then screw you. Which is great.
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lsu2006
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
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Or, it could have been an easier test this summer.


I personally think that overall it was slightly easier than the last few ones. But also, I think Tulane and Loyola are emphasizing bar prep more now. Which is good, considering how expensive those schools are. I think Loyola may actually have a stand alone bar prep class as part of their curriculum now. Maybe someone could correct me if I'm wrong there.

Also, you are correct in your first assertion... The desire to never ever take that test again was probably my biggest motivating factor. It worked.


lionward2014
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
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I personally think that overall it was slightly easier than the last few ones.


The non-Code and LA CivPro were for sure a little easier, but Code III and BENI were terrible. Code I and II were about the same.


Murtown
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
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Passing Loyola baw checking in. Congrats everyone


Congrats man. Get ready for the roller coaster of everyday either really enjoying what you do, or really wishing you had done something else.


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lsu2006
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
BENI was a fricking nightmare


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Zoltan
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
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Yep no conditioning and they had a new system of scoring for this past test where the Code tests were worth 600 points total, the non code tests were worth 300, and you needed 650 to pass.


If by "Code tests" you're including Torts and La Civ Pro, it's been this scoring system for a few years now.


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Parrish
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
BENI and Code 3 were more difficult than usual. I crossed through Public Works Act notes and wrote "never asked, complicated, don't waste time" and then it was an exam essay. Everything else was pretty standard.

Loyola has a faculty member with responsibility to prep interested students for the bar, so it's great to see that's working. Tulane has not stressed the bar exam. It felt like a higher percentage of the top of Tulane's class stayed in state this year.


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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Is this where I find a cheap lawyer?


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Thib-a-doe Tiger
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
Great, more ambulance chasers


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Lakeboy7
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
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Any advice current members of the bar would like to impart on these aspiring attorneys?




Get off my Garden District lawn, thats for my dogs


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Eightballjacket
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
LSU used to have a Bar passage rate in the lower 90s and would pride itself on beating Tulane's rate. Do the Civilians need to restore order and set the school straight?


Collegedropout
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re: Louisiana Bar Results-- in game thread
When is the best time to go to law school? Right after college? Never?


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