Wednesday, December 16, 2015

2015 Philippine BAR Exam Results – List of Passers

Finally the results is out!

Manila, Philippines - As expected, on Tuesday April 3, the Supreme Court officially release the results of November 2015 Bar Examination after the scheduled special en banc session.

Out of 6,608 law graduates completed the said test in four Sundays of November 2015 only 1731 examiners successfully passed the tough test.




Below the links of passers list and topnotchers in alphabetical orders.

Congratulations to our new lawyers!
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DATA

Bar exams committee led by Associate Justice Teresita J. Leonardo-de Castro and the Office of the Bar Confidant conducted examination at University of Santo Tomas, Espana, Manila.

The 2015 Philippine Bar exam is consists of 20% multiple choice questions and 80% essay-type questions same with the previous year examination structure.

The SC said that from the 7,146 admitted candidates, only 6,619 left out on the first Sunday exams and 11 did not show up on the fourth week of examinations. The total number of examinees this year was higher than the previous exam.

The passing grade was said to be 75%, with each subject area given the following weights to determine the examinee’s average:

Political and International Law – 15%
Labor and Social Legislation – 10 percent%
Civil Law – 15 percent%
Taxation – 10%
Mercantile Law – 15%
Criminal Law – 10%
Remedial Law – 20%
Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises – 5%

The previous years’ bar exam passing rates are as follows:

2014 — 18.82% (1,126 passers out of 5,984 examinees)
2013 — 22.18% (1,174 out of 5,592)
2012 — 17.76% (949 out of 5,343)
2011 – 31.94% (1,913 out of 5,990)
2010 – 20.26% (982 out of 4,847)
2009 – 24.58% (1,451 out of 5,903)
2008 – 20.58% (1,310 out of 6,364)
2007 – 22.91% (1,289 out of 5,626)
2006 – 30.60% (1,893 out of 6,187)
2005 – 27.22% (1,526 out of 5,607)
2004 – 31.61% (1,659 out of 5,249)
2003 – 20.71% (1,108 out of 5,349)
2002 – 19.68% (917 out of 4,659)
2001 – 32.89% (1,266 out of 3,849)
2000 – 20.84% (979 out of 6,187)
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