Higher pass rates during the February sitting for Pennsylvania’s bar exam — traditionally taken by more repeaters than the summer test — indicate that law schools are doing a better job of preparing their students for the all-important exam, according to the head of the state Board of Law Examiners.

“I think this is a trend across the nation that there are better-trained students coming out of law schools,” said PBLE Executive Director Mark Dows.

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