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Hellon Wood Nov 1 '22

In order to receive academic credit for law school, applicants are granted three tries to pass the infant bar examination (but it can be taken as many times as necessary!). It is possible to retake the test if you do not succeed the first time. Try to avoid the infant bar at either of the following two scheduled events. https://mycalcu.com/

Each spring and fall, first-year law students are required to take the First-Year Law Students' Examination (or "baby bar"). This exam lasts for one day. There are four essay questions, each with an allotted hour, and 100 multiple-choice questions. Contracts, criminal law, and torts are all in the exam.

Once an individual has passed the baby bar, they are eligible to receive academic credit for their legal studies. You will only be given credit for the first year of law school if you do not pass the bar exam within the first three attempts. All law students should make a sincere effort to pass the baby bar.