When Examinees Find Out: Typically, for both February & July results: 7-8 weeks. Mississippi’s February 2017 results have been released!
How Examinees Find Out: A list of the successful and unsuccessful applicants will be available on the website: ///baradmissions/
Statistics and Pass List: For February 2016 examinees: 59/94, a % overall pass rate. For July 2016 examinees: 127/180, a 71% overall pass rate.
Passing Score: 264/400, (132 out of 200-point scale)
Will I see My score? Each applicant failing to achieve a passing grade on the examination shall be provided with a report showing his or her score on the MBE, on each of the MSE examinations, and on each question on the MEE and MPT, at no cost to the applicant. An applicant receiving a passing grade on the examination may request in writing, a report showing his or her score on the MBE and his or her combined score. A request for such report shall be accompanied by a report fee of $ (money order, certified check, or cash only).
Re-grade or Appeals Offered? A regrade is automatically given to applicants scoring between a 129 and . A failing applicant may petition for a review of his examination, excluding the MBE. Such petition must be filed not later than forty-five days after the date on which the Board has mailed the examination results to the applicant. A Petition for Review shall be verified under oath by the applicant shall designate the specific questions claimed to have been substantially misgraded. Requests for review shall be limited to particular questions on the MSE examinations and on the MEE and MPT on which the applicant received a raw score of less than % of the maximum raw score points assigned to that question. The applicant shall attach to his Petition for Review a separate Memorandum setting forth, for each examination designated in that petition, the grounds for his request for review. The Memorandum shall particularize how the grade awarded is unjustified by the merits of the answers. The Petition of Review, will be received by a committee of not less than three members of the Board, who reviews all papers on which the applicant alleges error in grading.