New York July 2016 UBE Bar Exam Score Calculator

The following calculator will accurately estimate a Total Score for the July 2016 New York UBE bar exam administration based on the scores you enter. There is no need to enter your Written Score - the calculator will calculate it for you. You can use this calculator to test various scoring scenarios. The default scores in the calculator are the average scores sent to me by failing examinees so far. To estimate your raw MBE score, please use my MBE Raw-Scaled Calculator (you have to play around with it by entering various raw scores - I will make a scaled to raw MBE calculator at some point in the future). Although this calculator is for the NY UBE, if you took the UBE in another state and send me your scores, I can make a calculator for that state.

NOTE: If you are taking the upcoming UBE exam, I recently created the Seperac UBE Score Estimator which will estimate your UBE bar exam score based on the demographic and grade information you enter.

To any examinee that failed the July 2016 UBE exam, if you send me your scores or essays,  I will provide you with a free confidential analysis along with my advice. As one examinee put it: “I have never had such a comprehensive analysis of my results. Even when I took the first bar review course and paid for a one on one tutor, everything pales compared to you.” If you are interested in receiving this free analysis, please complete the following UBE Exam Retaker Advice Form (or just email me the grading sheet). If you ordered your MEE/MPT answers, I can provide you with a 37+page MEE/MPT Analysis. For more information on the free score analysis report or essay analysis report, click here. The more information you give me, the better advice I can give you about what to do on your next attempt. I have looked at many failing examinee scores and tracked their outcomes so I can probably give you some useful advice. All information submitted will be treated confidentially. Any questions you may have about the Subscription Site should be answered here.

                       
  July 2016 New York UBE Bar Exam  
      SCALE SCORE   COMMON SCALE SCORE   WEIGHT   WEIGHTED SCORE  
  ESSAY 1       0.05    
  ESSAY 2       0.05    
  ESSAY 3       0.05    
  ESSAY 4       0.05    
  ESSAY 5       0.05    
  ESSAY 6       0.05    
  MPT 1       0.1    
  MPT 2       0.1    
  MBE SCORE       0.5    
   
  WRITTEN SCORE          
  TOTAL SCORE                
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

According to NYBOLE, the scaled score for each of the six MEE questions and two MPT questions are arrived at by converting the raw score for each question to a scale that generally ranges from approximately 20 to 80, with 50 as the mean. The candidate's MEE scores are totaled and divided by six, the MPT scores are totaled and divided by two and the resultant scores are added together to arrive at the average scale score for the written section. In computing the average scale score the MEE is weighted 60% and the MPT is weighted 40%. That average is then converted to a score distribution that is comparable to that of the MBE. The resulting figure is the candidate's total written score. A candidate's final examination score is determined by combining the written and MBE scores. The MBE scale is based on 190 graded questions. A combined score of at least 266 on a 400 point scale is required to pass the New York bar examination (66.5%). The MEE and MPT answers of each candidate who received a total score of 262 to 265 following the initial grading of all examinations are automatically reread and regraded by graders other than the initial graders prior to the release of final results in accordance with the Board's regrading policy set forth in Board Rule 6000.11. The candidate's scores were then recomputed to arrive at a final score examination score. THERE IS NO APPEAL OR FURTHER REVIEW OF THIS FINAL SCORE.

 


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