Thursday, November 1, 2007

I Passed

166 MBE. Holy Shit.

26 comments:

admission against interest said...

Congrats! Does that mean you "multi-stated" out?

russ said...

Now get a job already!

Elle Woods said...

I did multistate out.

And I'm working on the job.

Stare Decisis said...

congrats!

PT-LawMom said...

Congratulations!

Small Girl said...

Congrats, we still don't know . . .

AngryBell said...

Congrats! Now celebrate by giving Ted a treat!

Lily Graypure said...

Yay. You did it!

Zuska said...

congrats!

I found out today, too ... but we don't get our actual scores. Ever. Damn.

Congrats! (again!)

Frolics and Detours said...

Many congrats!

Kim said...

Congratulations!!!!!

E. McPan said...

Hot damn! What's multi-stated out?

Elle Woods said...

It means my essays didn't count.

Spicy Law Girl said...

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

blonde.counsel said...

congrats!!!

angela said...

Congrats!

beth k said...

big congrats!

Harmless Error said...

YAYAYAYAYAYAYAY!!

calbar blondie said...

That's an amazing score!! Congratulations to you, LB!

Nye! said...

Hey, good work.

What do you need on the MBE to multi-state out? I think it's like 150, right? If so, just think -- all the extra time you spent improving your score the last 16 points could have been better spent doing . . . nothing.

Elle Woods said...

Yeah it's 150. Sadly, the scores I was getting at the start of the whole process were probably high enough to get that.

Grace said...

YAY!!! Congratulations

some guy said...

nice, elle. you rock! how about some enthusiasm? i know you're down, down, down about the profession and your job chances and regretting law school but this is an impressive accomplishment. you did something that many people can't do. it took a ton of hard work. you did it.

Elle Woods said...

I really do not think it;s that big of a deal. Plus it just makes me an unemployed attorney officially.

BlondeLaw said...

Congratulations!

Susie Law School said...

Well done!

Can someone please explain what "multistate out" means?

I have a feeling its something to do with being excused from some part of the exam if you do well enough in another?

We don't have bar exams over here...