Test Dates

Test Administration
July 30–31, 2024
Test Administration
February 25–26, 2025

Jurisdictions That Have Adopted the UBE

Select a jurisdiction for a summary of bar admission information specific to that jurisdiction and contact information for its bar admission agency. Note that jurisdictions that adopt the UBE may be indicated as such with incomplete information until rule amendments are finalized.

Local Components

Some UBE jurisdictions require a pre-admission jurisdiction-specific law component.  

Test Day Policies

Each jurisdiction will provide specific information regarding materials, including appropriate identification, that examinees are allowed to bring with them to the test center.

About the UBE

The Uniform Bar Examination (UBE) is coordinated by NCBE and is composed of the following components: 

It is uniformly administered, graded, and scored and results in a portable score that can be transferred to other UBE jurisdictions. 

Registration Information

Applicants register for the UBE by applying to a user jurisdiction for the bar exam. Applicants who have taken the UBE may transfer their UBE scores to seek admission in other UBE jurisdictions.


NCBE scores the MBE component of the UBE. Jurisdictions grade the MEE and MPT components. The MEE and MPT scores are scaled to the MBE and UBE total scores are calculated by NCBE. The MBE is weighted 50%, the MEE 30%, and the MPT 20%. UBE total scores are reported on a 400-point scale.

Score Portability

Examinees who take the UBE earn a portable score that can be transferred to seek admission in other UBE jurisdictions.

Minimum Scores

To view the minimum passing UBE score by jurisdiction, visit our Minimum Scores page.

Maximum Score Age

To view the maximum age of transferred UBE score by jurisdiction, visit our Maximum Score Age page.