Applicants who have not completed at least two years of college work in accordance with Rule 4.25(A) of the Admissions Rules and Section 6060(c)(1) of the California Business and Professions Code must satisfy the general education requirements prior to beginning law study by attaining a score of 50 or higher on the following College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) examinations which are administered by the College Board:
Applicants must also register to take the CLEP examinations directly with the College Board and request that score reports be forwarded by the College Board to the prospective law schools to which they seek admission.
Applicants who request a general education evaluation or pursue law study under the Committee of Bar Examiners’ Law Office Study program must have the College Board send official score reports to the State Bar’s Office of Admissions in Los Angeles; 845 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90017-2515.
The score recipient code for the State Bar Office of Admissions is: 7165.
Copies of informational brochures and registration forms are available at local colleges and universities or by contacting: The College Board; P. O. Box 6600; Princeton, NJ 08541-6600; 800-257-9558; www.collegeboard.com.
Contact the College Board at the above address for the summary of credit recommendations for the CLEP Examinations and further information.