Historically, California Bar exam has the highest cut score of any state, resulting in historically low passage rates. http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-faigman-california-bar-exam-cut-score-20170321-story.html
The article above stresses the fact that no one could explain what this accomplishes. But how about California wanting quality lawyers. If it was easy, everyone would be a lawyer. Or the fact that there are more Bar takers in California than any other state in the country, thus more people who do not pass as well. Rather than stressing that graduates need to study hard so only those who are deserving pass it, it blames the low passage rate on a faulty system. How retarded is that? Do you know how many lawyers are in California? About 166,000. https://lawschooltuitionbubble.wordpress.com/original-research-updated/lawyers-per-capita-by-state/ And guess what? We all took a 3 day bar exam and passed. Rather than venting and ranting about how hard the bar exam is, maybe spend that time studying.
They already cut the bar exam from three days to two. How much easier do they want it? Sounds like some millennial is venting or something. Just saying.
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