If you are looking for a high-quality bar exam in the United States, look no further than the California Bar Exam. In recent years it has been considered one of the top five bar exams in North America and is widely respected as one of the most difficult to pass. It was ranked second by U.S News & World Report in 2016 and 2015, when almost half a million people took it across all nine regions of California. For 2019, this number will be about 450,000 test takers from around the world who have traveled from countries including Canada, China, Mexico and Peru to take their law school coursework abroad before sitting for this examination on home soil!
What makes up a successful California Bar Exam?
The California Bar is unique because not only does every lawyer sit for it but also they must provide evidence that they have met with or been observed by at least 10 practicing lawyers from each branch of practice within any given year during their time spent studying towards licensure. The more hours you spend with different types of clients (firms), different areas of law (treatises) and different areas within fields such as real estate or entertainment law will help you prepare better than other candidates who may not have had experience working across so many subjects nor received much exposure to unfamiliar legal concepts like copyright infringements or gambling issues while studying abroad. They’ll need to prove themselves worthy too – passing scores start at 150 out of 200 possible points which means there