February 2022 Examination Results

The February 2022 examination results have been released. The pass/fail results are available on the Supreme Court's website and scores will be provided to applicants from the board's office.

Alternative Methods of Educational Qualification

The Supreme Court of Florida recently issued an order updating rule 4-13.4 to revise the requirements for applicants who do not receive a JD degree from an accredited law school. Information about the new requirements are available here.

July 2022 Examination Information

The timely filing deadline to apply for admission to the July 2022 General Bar Examination is May 2, 2022. The final deadline to apply for admission to the examination is June 15, 2022. All required items must be received by that date.

Security Policy

Protecting your information
The personal information that you provide to us is secured using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology. We use this SSL technology to prevent such information from being intercepted and read as it is transmitted over the Internet. Your data is then stored on computers located at restricted-access sites.

PIN Security

To further secure your personal information, we require you to create a Personal Identification Number (PIN) when you establish an account with us. We encourage you to use a PIN that is not easily guessed (i.e., don't use your name or street name). Keep your PIN secret; do not share it with anyone. The only way that you can access the Bar Application is with your user name and PIN.

When you log in, the browser you are using may offer to remember your user name and password for this site. This will allow you to skip the log in each time you begin work on the application. However, it will also allow anyone who has access to this computer to see the information that you have entered. As a result, we strongly urge you to decline the browser's invitation to remember your user name and password.

To ensure the highest level of security, if you forget your user name or password, you will have to start over.

Remember to log out

To further prevent unauthorized access to your account, once you have finished working on the application for this session, you should log out. To do this, you should return to your Main Menu and click "Log out and Return to the Florida Board of Bar Examiners." After you have done this, you should then close the browser.
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