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Delaware Bar Exam Information

The Delaware Bar Exam is a two and a half day exam. It takes place on the last Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of July. Monday is a full day consisting of eight Delaware essays. Tuesday is a half day consisting of the MPT®. Wednesday is a full day consisting of the MBE®.

Board of Bar Examiners of the Supreme Court of Delaware
The Renaissance Centre
405 North King Street, Suite 420
Wilmington, DE 19801
P: (302) 651-3940

F: (302) 651-3939

The Delaware Bar Exam is a two and a half day exam.

  • Day 1: Full day consisting of eight Delaware Essays.
  • Day 2: Half-day consisting of two MPT®s.
  • Day 3: 200 multiple-choice questions-Multistate Bar Exam (MBE®).

Agency, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Corporations, Criminal Law and Procedure (including the Delaware Criminal Code), Equity, Evidence, Partnerships, Procedure (all DE courts, civil, criminal, chancery, family, federal), Real Property, Torts, Trusts, Uniform Commercial Code, Wills

The Delaware Bar exam will be administered on July 25-26, 2023.

The Delaware Bar Exam will require a minimum scaled score of 145 or higher to pass. The MBE®is weighted at 40% of the score, the Essays are weighted at 40% of the score, and the MPT®s are weighted at 20%.

A minimum passing scaled score is 85 or higher.

MPRE® Policy: the acceptable MPRE® score must be earned within four years prior to or one year after passing the Delaware Bar Examination.

Delaware does not have reciprocity with any other jurisdiction.

An applicant for admission in Delaware must also meet the preceptor and clerkship requirement. The clerkship requirement consists of a five-month clerkship program aggregating twenty-one full-time (40-hour) work weeks, which must be completed in Delaware, under the supervision of a Delaware attorney. In addition, the applicant must complete a checklist of clerkship items. The Clerkship Checklist can be found on the Board’s website. If the clerkship is not completed and the applicant admitted to the bar before December 31st of the year following the year in which the applicant passed the Delaware Bar Exam, the exam must be retaken. All applicants must also complete a two-day pre-admission conference. See the Delaware Bar Admissions website for details and other requirements.

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How are the Delaware Bar exam and admissions process changing in 2024?

The Bar exam will be offered to law students in Delaware twice annually as of 2024, with administrations in February and July. Changes to the Bar exam itself will include a passing score of 143 and a reduction to four essays.

The series of reforms stem from the Delaware Board of Bar Examiners’ recommendations after a two-year review process. The Bar exam changes in Delaware aim to accelerate diversity amongst attorneys in the state, and attract more top legal talent altogether by modernizing the exam and admissions process.

As mentioned above, the most noteworthy changes to the Delaware Bar exam are a lowered passing score, fewer essays, and an additional test date. However, other notable Bar exam changes include decreases to application fees, clerkship requirements, and checklist activity requirements.

Changes to the Bar exam and admissions process in Delaware


As of 2024

Annual exam Administrations

1 (July)

2 (February and July)

Essays on the exam



Exam passing score



Application fee for law school graduates



Application fee for attorneys admitted elsewhere



Clerkship requirement

21 weeks

12 weeks

Checklist activity requirement

25 items

18 out of 30 potential items


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