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2010 Philippine Bar Exam Result
« on: March 22, 2010, 06:04:19 AM »
We will use this thread to post all the passers of the Philippine Bar Exam 2010. I think the result will come out within this week as earlier announced by the Supreme Court.

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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2010, 12:54:52 AM »

Congratulations (in advance) to those who will pass the board exam and new lawyers... hahaha
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« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2010, 09:21:29 PM »
By Tetch Torres

A total of 1,451 out of 5,903 examinees from 108 law schools nationwide passed the 2009 Bar examinations, Associate Justice Antonio Eduardo Nachura announced Friday.

Nachura, chairman of the 2009 Bar examinations committee, said this represented 24.58 percent of the total number.

The announcement came after the high court’s en banc session where Nachura presented the result.

Nachura said the passing rate was lowered from 75 percent to 71 percent while the disqualification grade in Taxation was lowered from 49 percent to 45 percent.

In the last decade, the highest passing rate was posted in 2001 at 32.89%, while the lowest was in 2002 at 19.68%. The highest passing percentage of all time was in 1954 at 75.17%, while the lowest was in 1999 with 16.59%.

The passing percentage for this year was higher compared to last year’s 20.58 percent or 1,310 out of 6,364.

The 2009 Bar exams was also the first time that two examiners were designated in each of the eight subjects. Thus, every Bar subject was divided into two parts.

The 2-examiner policy was adopted by the high court after the Committee on Legal Education and Bar Matters approved the proposal of lawyer Ma. Cristina B. Layusa, deputy clerk of Court and Bar Confidant, to designate two examiners per Bar subject, pursuant to Paragraph 4, Part B of Bar Matter No. 1161.

The Court conducts the Bar examinations pursuant to Article VIII, Sec. 5 of the Constitution which provides that it shall have the power to promulgate rules governing the admission to the practice of law.

The Rules of Court provide that “a candidate may be deemed to have passed his examination successfully if he has obtained a general average of 75% in all subjects without falling below 50% in any subject.”

In determining the average, subjects in the examinations are given the following relative weights: Political and International Law, 15%; Labor and Social Legislation, 10%; Civil Law, 15%; Taxation, 10%; Mercantile Law, 15%; Criminal Law, 10%; Remedial Law, 20%; and Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises, 5%, for a total of 100%.



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