There’s finally some good news on the bar exam front.

The average national score on the July 2019 Multistate Bar Exam—the 200-question multiple choice portion of the two-day test—saw the single largest annual jump in more than a decade, according to the National Conference of Bar Examiners. That should translate into a higher percentage of people passing the all-important attorney licensing exam, said national conference President Judith Gundersen.

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