Minimum Passing UBE Score by Jurisdiction
In this post, we have a convenient chart of the minimum passing UBE scores by jurisdiction.
You can see that the scores range from 260 to 280, with the bulk of states requiring between a 160 and 270 to pass. Alabama, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, and North Dakota have the lowest passing UBE scores (with a requisite score of 260) and Alaska has the highest passing UBE score (with a requisite score of 280).
Note that the Maryland and Tennessee have both recently adopted the Uniform Bar Exam. However, they have not announced their passing UBE scores. Thus, they are not accounted for in the chart. Note that you should always check with your jurisdiction for the most updated information. Occasionally, a state will change its passing score or a new jurisdiction will adopt the UBE. This chart is meant for reference only.
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