For the Florida Bar Exam on test day, only select items allowed into the exam room. They are as follows:
Laptop computers are permitted only if the examinee has registered and qualified through ILG Exam360® website. prior to the examination.
Note no food or drink is allowed in the test room. There will be water fountains and restrooms, but no food.
Tip #1: Get a blank calendar because it is time to reevaluate.
Tip #2: Set your cutoff study time the day before the exam.
Tip #3: Make time for full-length practice sessions.
Tip #4: Make a list of the subjects tested on the exam.
Tip #5: Take out a pencil and assign one MBE subject to each of the next 6 days of studying.
Tip #6: Assign at least one essay subject (if not more) to the six days of the MBE subjects.
Tip #7: Make daily goals.
Tip #8: Track weak areas.
Tip #9: Leave the last few days to targeted study and practice.
Tip #10: Don’t forget to take a break!
To proceed with the administration of the General Bar Examination on July 28 and 29, 2020 in accordance with Rule 4-14 of the Rules of the Supreme Court Relating to Admissions to the Bar. The Board has been working closely with the Florida Department of Health (“FDOH”) and other medical experts to identify and implement protocols that the FDOH requires for the safe administration of the exam for all involved, including applicants, administrators, and proctors. Please view the May 5, 2020 press release.
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