Writing skills, timing, and strategy will become even more crucial on the July, 2017 Bar Exam. On day 1, bar candidates will have 3 hours to write 3 essay exams in the morning session. However, the true challenge will present itself in the afternoon session when bar candidates will have 3.5 hours to write 2 essay exams followed by a 90-minute Performance exam. If bar candidates go over time on the essay exams, they will not have sufficient time to complete the Performance exam that will follow.
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As of July, 2017, the CA Bar Exam will go from what is currently a 3-day test to a 2-day test. There will be 3 parts: 5 essay questions, 200 MBE questions, and one 90-minute Performance exam. On Tuesday morning, applicants will have 3 hours to answer 3 essay questions. During the afternoon session, applicants will have 3.5 hours to answer 2 essay questions and one Performance Exam. On Wednesday, applicants will have 3 hours in the morning to answer 100 MBE questions, and 3 hours in the afternoon to answer 100 more MBE questions.