NCBE scores the MBE and reports examinees' scores to the jurisdiction in which the examinee tested. NCBE does not report scores to examinees unless authorized by the jurisdiction, and then only after the jurisdiction has announced its bar examination results. MBE scores are reported on a scale ranging from 0 to 200.
See MBE Score Services for information about how to
- transfer your MBE score to another jurisdiction, including concurrent score transfers;
- learn your score on the MBE after the testing jurisdiction has released examination results; and
- if your testing jurisdiction doesn't release scores to examinees, learn if your MBE score is sufficient for admission solely on the basis of an MBE score in the three jurisdictions that have this method of admission: District of Columbia, Minnesota, and North Dakota.