How to Ace FYLSE

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FYLSE or First Year Law Student Exam (colloquially known as the "Baby Bar" exam) is a regulatory exam for non ABA law school students.

Question Formats[edit]

Black Letter Law Outline[edit]

Essay Writing[edit]

Practice Multiple Choice Questions[edit]

Contracts[edit]

Torts[edit]

Criminal Law[edit]

General Introduction of the Exam[edit]

Baby Bar Review Programs[edit]

Grading Policy[edit]

The passing score for the First-Year Law Students' Examination is a total score of 560 or higher. An applicant's multiple-choice score will be the number of items answered correctly. Multiple-choice raw scores will be converted to a 400-point scale. This process adjusts for the possible differences between administrations of the examination in the average difficulty of their multiple-choice items.

Test centers[edit]

  • Oakland Convention Center (Writing, Typing, Dictate) located in Oakland City Center.
  • Pasadena Convention Center (Laptop, & Writing Only)
  • Sheraton Pasadena Hotel (Testing Accommodations Only – Writing, Typing, Dictate)

After Passing the Exam[edit]

Criminal Procedure[edit]

Real Property[edit]

Agency[edit]

Partnership[edit]

Remedies[edit]

Civil Procedure[edit]

Constitutional Law[edit]

Corporations[edit]

Evidence[edit]

Administrative Law[edit]

Community Property[edit]

Professional Responsibility[edit]

Trusts[edit]

Wills[edit]

Past Questions and Sample Answers[edit]

Past Multiple Choice Questions[edit]

Analysis of Each Administration[edit]

Analysis of FYLSE Subject Questions from the Bar Examination[edit]

Criminal Law[edit]

Contracts[edit]

Torts[edit]