Last day of Bar exams on Sunday

Published November 23, 2019, 1:46 PM

by Francine Ciasico

By Jeffrey Damicog

Over 7,600 law graduates will hopefully attend the last day of the Bar examinations this Sunday (November 24).

Bar takers are on their way to the University of Santo Tomas as they will take the last set exams on November 27, 2016 (Rio Leonelle Deluvio / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)
Bar takers are on their way to the University of Santo Tomas as they will take the last set exams on November 27, 2016 (Rio Leonelle Deluvio / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

Out of the 8,304 law graduates who registered to take the exams, there were 554 who have already dropped out, and only 7,691 examinees went to take the exams scheduled last November 3, 10 and 17.

This year’s Bar examinations have been scheduled to be taken on all four Sundays of November at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila

The subjects that are covered in the bar examinations are Political Law, Labor Law, Civil Law, Taxation Law, Mercantile Law, Criminal Law, Remedial Law, and Legal and Judicial Ethics and Practical Exercises.

The 2018 Bar examinations was also held in four consecutive Sundays in UST.

There 8,155 law graduates who managed to finish last year’s exams out of the 8,701 who registered.

Out of the number, there were 1,800 examinees who managed to pass last year’s exams and become lawyers.

Supreme Court (SC) Senior Associate Justice Estela M. Perlas Bernabe, this year’s chairperson of the Bar exams, crafted new policies which will be observed during the exams.

With this, exam takers have been reminded that every subject will be divided into two parts and, during the examination, the examinees will each be given “one questionnaire containing Parts I and II and two conjoined booklets (marked Part I and II), where answers corresponding to each part of the questionnaire shall be written.”

“Each booklet shall contain a card wherein the grade or rating received by the Bar examinee for each part shall be indicated. After the examinations, Part I booklets will be released to the first examiner simultaneous with the release of Part II booklets to the second examiner for checking in order to expedite the checking of booklets while ensuring the quality of assessing them,” the examinees were told.

The SC also set up contingency plans for examinees and duty personnel in the event of heavy rains and flooding during the examination dates.

The SC has allotted 10 buses which transport examinees and duty personnel in the areas of Quezon City Memorial Circle; the Park and Ride in Lawton, Manila; the SC compound in Manila; the EDSA Magallanes flyover; Ayala Center in Makati; and the Marikina Sports Complex.

The busses will be stationed in these areas as early as 4:30 a.m. and will leave at exactly 5 a.m.

In the event there is flooding inside the UST compound before the start of the exams, commuter vans of the SC shall also be available to transport examinees and duty personnel from the UST gates to their respective examination buildings, assured the SC/

If there is flooding after the end of the exams, the SC commuter vans shall also be available at each examination building to shuttle Bar examinees and duty personnel back to Osmeña and Arellano Drives near Gate 5 along España Boulevard, where the SC buses are parked, it added.

 
CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP
 

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

["news"]
[2189816,2814292,2534630,2485825,2408462,2358243,2358052,2344118,2339143,2047660,1998697,996820,995332,995948,995006,994327,994303,993947,993860,993770,993529,993383,993285,798318,2881128,2881122,2881102,2881112,2881094,2881088]

Last day of Bar exams on Sunday

Published November 23, 2019, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By Jeffrey Damicog

Over 7,600 law graduates will hopefully attend the last day of the Bar examinations this Sunday (November 24).

Bar takers are on their way to the University of Santo Tomas as they will take the last set exams on November 27, 2016 (Rio Leonelle Deluvio / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)
Bar takers are on their way to the University of Santo Tomas as they will take the last set exams on November 27, 2016 (Rio Leonelle Deluvio / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

Out of the 8,304 law graduates who registered to take the exams, there were 554 who have already dropped out, and only 7,691 examinees went to take the exams scheduled last November 3, 10 and 17.

This year’s Bar examinations have been scheduled to be taken on all four Sundays of November at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila

The subjects that are covered in the bar examinations are Political Law, Labor Law, Civil Law, Taxation Law, Mercantile Law, Criminal Law, Remedial Law, and Legal and Judicial Ethics and Practical Exercises.

The 2018 Bar examinations was also held in four consecutive Sundays in UST.

There 8,155 law graduates who managed to finish last year’s exams out of the 8,701 who registered.

Out of the number, there were 1,800 examinees who managed to pass last year’s exams and become lawyers.

Supreme Court (SC) Senior Associate Justice Estela M. Perlas Bernabe, this year’s chairperson of the Bar exams, crafted new policies which will be observed during the exams.

With this, exam takers have been reminded that every subject will be divided into two parts and, during the examination, the examinees will each be given “one questionnaire containing Parts I and II and two conjoined booklets (marked Part I and II), where answers corresponding to each part of the questionnaire shall be written.”

“Each booklet shall contain a card wherein the grade or rating received by the Bar examinee for each part shall be indicated. After the examinations, Part I booklets will be released to the first examiner simultaneous with the release of Part II booklets to the second examiner for checking in order to expedite the checking of booklets while ensuring the quality of assessing them,” the examinees were told.

The SC also set up contingency plans for examinees and duty personnel in the event of heavy rains and flooding during the examination dates.

The SC has allotted 10 buses which transport examinees and duty personnel in the areas of Quezon City Memorial Circle; the Park and Ride in Lawton, Manila; the SC compound in Manila; the EDSA Magallanes flyover; Ayala Center in Makati; and the Marikina Sports Complex.

The busses will be stationed in these areas as early as 4:30 a.m. and will leave at exactly 5 a.m.

In the event there is flooding inside the UST compound before the start of the exams, commuter vans of the SC shall also be available to transport examinees and duty personnel from the UST gates to their respective examination buildings, assured the SC/

If there is flooding after the end of the exams, the SC commuter vans shall also be available at each examination building to shuttle Bar examinees and duty personnel back to Osmeña and Arellano Drives near Gate 5 along España Boulevard, where the SC buses are parked, it added.

 
CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP
 

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

["news","news"]
[2078893,2881122,2881102,2881094,2881097,2881077,2881091]