Practice Analysis Study Report Published

The Florida Board of Bar Examiners has published results from its survey of Bar members about their practice and expectations for newly licensed lawyers as described in the press release of June 16, 2022.

Virtual tour

The July 26-27, 2022 General Bar Examination will be administered in person at the Tampa Convention Center. Applicants taking theJuly 2022 General Bar Examination are encouraged to view the virtual tour.

Laptop Users for July 2022 Bar Exam

The deadline to register your computer with ExamSoft and upload the mandatory mock examination is 8 a.m. Eastern time on July 5, 2022. If you do not do so, you will not be permitted to use your laptop computer on the essay portion of the examination.

ARTC Deadline

The deadline to properly complete and submit via your portal your Acknowledgement of Required Testing Conditions to the board's office is 8 a.m. Eastern time on July 5, 2022. All applicants taking the July 2022 General Bar Examination are required to submit this form. If you do not do so, you will not be permitted to take the July 2022 examination.

Study Guides

The Florida Bar Examination Study Guide is updated with the essay questions from the last examination twice annually. The sample multiple-choice questions included in the guide are updated periodically. Each guide is in PDF format and between 200k and 400k in size.


The National Conference of Bar Examiners MBE Study Aids and Information Guides and MPRE Study Aids and Information Guides
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