How Much Does the Bar Exam Cost?

The bar exam is a test issued by the government that every law student in the United States is required to take in order to legally practice law.  After completing your law classes in college, the bar exam will be your last step in becoming a lawyer.  The price, schedules, and specifics of this test are going to vary greatly depending on the state in which you live.

How much is it?

Alabama

$475 – $1300

Alaska

$800 + fees

Arizona

$395

Arkansas

$325

California

$520 – $770

Colorado

$425 – $825

Connecticut

$450

Delaware

$500

Florida

$850 to $3,000

Georgia

$500

Hawaii

$300

Idaho

$500

Illinois

$4540

Indiana

$225 to $550

Iowa

$325

Kansas

$500 to $825

Kentucky

$625

Louisiana

$550

Maine

$700 to $900

Maryland

$200 to $250

Massachusetts

$850

Michigan

$600

Minnesota

$500

Mississippi

$625

Missouri

$400 to $1,300

Montana

$400

Nebraska

$550

Nevada

$500

New Hampshire

$400

New Jersey

$500 to $725

New Mexico

$400 to $800

New York

$250 + fees

North Carolina

$600 to $1,300

North Dakota

$150

Ohio

$330 to $1,000

Oklahoma

$300 to $1,000

Oregon

$500

Pennsylvania

$500 to $1,400

Rhode Island

$450 to $800

South Carolina

$400 to $750

South Dakota

$300

Tennessee

$300 to $900

Texas

$300 to $1,200

Utah

$425 to $625

Vermont

$255 to $600

Virginia

$175 to $350

Washington

$450 to $750

West Virginia

$375 to $1,000

Wisconsin

$450 to $900
Wyoming
$200

What are the extra costs?

What is going to be included?

How can I save money?

Average Price for Users : $0

How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?   Yes      No

About us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Archives
Copyright © 2010 - 2014 | Proudly affiliated with the T2 Web Network, LLC