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Currently the score for a “pass” on the California State Bar exam is 144 but a California State Bar committee, which included deans from many California law schools, recommended that it be lowered to 135. The Law School Counsel, which includes many California law school officials and California State Bar Examiners, also endorsed lowering the score.
135 is the most common cut score in other states. Many deans feel that the higher pass score in California puts California test takers at a disadvantage compared to students in other states, while others argue that the higher pass score produces top-notch attorneys who are more likely to adhere to ethical guidelines.
You can read more from The Recorder here.