State-by-State Bar Exam Information: Florida
The last Tue and Wed of February and July
Postmarked on or before June 1: $325 late fee
Postmarked on or before June 15: $625 late fee
Florida portion: Three state-law essays; 100 multiple-choice questions. Multistate portion: The Multistate Bar Exam (MBE)--200 multiple-choice questions
The Florida portions may test on any of the following subjects: Florida Rules of Civil and Criminal Procedure; Florida Rules of Judicial Administration 2.051, 2.060, and 2.160; Florida Constitutional Law; U.S. Constitutional Law; Trusts; Business Entities; Real Property; Evidence; Torts; Wills & Administration of Estates; Criminal Law; Contracts; Family Law; and Chapters 4 & 5 of the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar. The MBE tests Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Evidence, Property, and Torts.
Yes with an additional fee of $125.
Yes--for free on the Florida Board of Bar Examiners' website.
The Florida portion (essays and multiple-choice questions combined) and the MBE are each weighted equally at 50% of the overall score.
2012: 80%; 2011: 80%
2012: 75%; 2011: 74%