Law school graduates from the University of San Diego and the University of Southern California beat the average pass rate on the February 2019 bar exam by more than 20 percentage points, according to school-based figures released Tuesday by the state bar.

Forty-three of 78 University of San Diego alumni who took the spring exam passed for a 55% success rate; 53% of USC test-takers passed. The overall pass rate for the 4,640 applicants who took the bar exam was 31.4%.

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