## How is the UBE score calculated?

Jurisdictions grade the MEE and MPT components. The MEE and MPT scores are scaled to the MBE and UBE total scores are calculated by NCBE. The MBE is weighted 50%, the MEE 30%, and the MPT 20%. UBE total scores are reported on a 400-point scale.

## What is a good raw MBE score?

You want to aim for a scaled score of at least 140-145 (which is the average score). Ideally, you should want a 150+ scaled score to have confidence to pass the exam. The national average MBE scaled score for the last four exams was: 132.6 6 in Feb. 2020; 141.1 7 in July 2019; 134.0 8 in Feb.

## How many questions do you need to get right on MBE?

We’ll say you should aim for a raw score of about 115. This raw score is the number correct that an examinee got out of 190. So, do the math: 115/190 = 60.52%. That is the approximate percentage of questions that you need to answer correctly to “pass” the MBE in a state that requires a 133 as a passing MBE score.

## What is a high MBE score?

The performance information provided for the MBE is a scaled score which can range from about 40 (low) to 200 (high). MBE scaled scores are calculated by NCBE based on a statistical process known as equating that is commonly used on standardized examinations.

## Are Themis MBE questions harder?

Are Themis MBE questions harder? First, contrary to what people on TLS have seemed to consistently say, the actual MBE questions were more tricky and difficult than Barbri and Themis, not less.

## Is AdaptiBar real MBE questions?

Does AdaptiBar use real MBE questions? We do! AdaptiBar’s ever-growing database contains 1,743 licensed MBE questions used on past bar exams, including the newest batch of 210 questions released by the NCBE in December of 2017 (MBE Study Aid).