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V-Z: November 2019 Philippine Bar Exam Results

The Supreme Court (SC) announces the official results of the November 2019 bar exam sometime on April 29, 2020. The full list of passers with S-T-U surname is available on this page as announced online.

The results of the 2019 Bar Examinations will be uploaded on the Supreme Court website on April 29, 2020, after the En Banc Session.

V-Z: November 2019 Philippine Bar Exam Results

MAIN PAGE: FULL LIST: November 2019 Philippine Bar Exam Results Announced (Alphabetical Order)

In light of the government’s call for social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, everyone is advised to stay in their respective homes and check the results online. No Visitors shall be allowed to enter the Supreme Court compound on the said date and the list of passers will not be displayed on the premises. (Source Supreme Court)

According to the Supreme Court, Please be advised that all bar candidates who were CONDITIONALLY ADMITTED to take the 2019 Bar Examination AND PASSED the examinations shall NOT be allowed to join the oath-taking ceremony unless they have submitted the requisite documents within the period previously given to them. The office of the Bar Confidant (OBC) shall not accept Petitions to Take the Lawyer’s Oath until after the roll-signing of those who have submitted their complete documentary requirements. The OBC will issue an announcement once it is ready to accept such petitions.

The total number of applications filed is 8,304, (Applications denied is 9, while petitions were withdrawn is 50). The total number of candidates admitted is 8,295, (number of candidates absent {First Sunday} is 545, while the number of candidates tested {First Sunday} is 7,700), and the Number of candidates who dropped out is 15. 

Examination Coverage: The 2019 bar exam was headed by Committee Chairperson is SC Associate Justice Estela M. Perlas-Bernabe and the sixteen (16) examiners for all bar subjects. The two-examiner policy per subject was re-adopted “in order to promote operational efficiency in light of the notable increase in the number of admitted candidates in recent years.” 

The examinable subjects are Political Law and Public International Law (15%), Labor and Social Legislation (10%), Civil Law (15%), Taxation (10%), Mercantile Law (15%), Criminal Law (10%), Remedial Law (20%) and Legal and Judicial Ethics (5%). 

The type of examination given by the administration is a full essay from which the examinees are required to answer in full essay writings within the scope of one (1) month duration exam time. The Bar Exam is considered the hardest examination ever taken in the country. 

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