UBE Score Transfers
Score Transfer Information
You must select the application for UBE Transfer.
You must meet the qualifications listed below.
You must contact NCBE to have your score transferred: https://www.ncbex.org/ncbe-exam-score-services/ube-score-services/
Admission & Discipline Rule 17.1:
Section 1. An applicant who has taken the UBE in a jurisdiction other than Indiana and achieved a scaled score of at least 264 may be admitted to the Indiana bar if he or she satisfies the following conditions:
- The scaled score was attained on a UBE administered within five (5) years preceding the date of application;
- The applicant received a scaled score of eighty (80) on the MPRE no earlier than two (2) years before the applicant sat for the UBE on which he or she achieved a scaled score of 264;
- The applicant is a member in good standing of the bar(s) of admission;
- The applicant meets the character and fitness requirements of Indiana; and
- The applicant graduated from an ABA accredited law school.
Section 2. Any applicant for admission by a transferred UBE score shall be required to complete the Indiana Law Course, a jurisdiction-specific component on Indiana law, not later than six (6) months after the date of the applicant’s admission to the Indiana bar. If an applicant fails to complete the Indiana Law Course within the required time period, the Board of Law Examiners may certify such fact to the Supreme Court with the recommendation that the applicant’s license be suspended pending completion of the course.
Section 3. Applications for admission by a transferred UBE score shall be filed through the electronic application procedures prescribed by the Board of Law Examiners. The application shall be in such form and shall request such information as may be required by the Board of Law Examiners. The Board of Law Examiners may require additional information deemed by it to be necessary.
Section 4. An affidavit of the dean of the applicant's law school, or the dean's designee, to the effect that there is nothing in the school records or personal knowledge of the dean or faculty of such school to indicate that the applicant is not of good moral character or that the applicant is not fit for admission to the practice of law must be filed with the Board of Law Examiners. The Board shall provide forms for such certification.
Section 5. A certified transcript of the law school record of the applicant showing the date of graduation and the degree conferred must be filed with the Board of Law Examiners before the applicant can be admitted to the bar.
Section 6. Applications for admission by a transferred UBE score shall be accompanied by a filing fee of five hundred dollars ($500).