Score Transfer Information
Transferring MBE scores to Indiana
Indiana accepts MBE transfer scores on concurrent exams only. With proper scheduling an applicant may be permitted to take the bar examination in two states in a period of three days. As Indiana gives its local examination on Tuesday, the alternate state must administer its local examination on Thursday. The applicant would take the Indiana examination on Tuesday, the MBE in either state on Wednesday and the alternate state’s local examination on Thursday. Arrangements to use the MBE score in conjunction with another state must be made through both Indiana and the alternate jurisdiction.
Transferring MBE scores to another jurisdiction
To request your score be transferred to another jurisdiction, please visit the National Conference of Bar Examiners website at http://www.ncbex.org/about-ncbe-exams/mbe/mbe-score-services/, click on “The Multistate Bar Examination (MBE)”, then “MBE Score Transfer” and read and follow directions given. A link to the form to request a score transfer is found in the text of this section of their website.
Request for a Score Advisory. A score advisory is used to inform applicants whether their score is sufficient for admission without examination in the District of Columbia and/or Minnesota. You will not receive your actual score. To request a score advisory visit the National Conference of Bar Examiners website at http://www.ncbex.org/about-ncbe-exams/mbe/mbe-score-services/, click on “The Multistate Bar Examination (MBE),” then “MBE Score Transfer.” The same form is used for both a score transfer request and a score advisory request.