February bar exam results posted April 30, 2006 Regular News February bar exam results posted Graduates from Florida State University had the highest passage rate for those taking the February Florida bar exam.The Florida Board of Bar Examiners released the results from the February bar exam April 17.A total of 1,035 people took the exam, 538 from out-of-state and the remainder in-state graduates. The FBBE also said 899 took the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam in March, 360 from out-of-state and the remainder from the 10 Florida law schools.FSU topped those who took Part A and Part B of the general bar exam; 31 of the 34 FSU grads passed, or 91.2 percent. The University of Florida was next, with 131 of its 150 graduates passing, or 87.3 percent. Next was Florida International University, where 19 of 22 graduates passed, or 86.4 percent.Of the other law schools: 81 of the Stetson University’s 101 students passed the exam, or 80.2 percent; 45 of 58 graduates from Florida Coastal passed, or 77.6 percent; 18 of 26 students from the University of Miami passed, or 69.2 percent; 14 of 22 graduates from Barry University or Orlando passed, or 63.6 percent; 8 of 14 from Florida A&M passed, or 57.1 percent; 22 of 39 from Nova Southeastern University passed, or 56.4 percent; and 11 of 31 from St. Thomas University passed, or 35.5 percent.Three hundred and seventy-eight of the 538 applicants from out-of-state law schools passed, or 70.3 percent. Overall, 73.2 percent of those who took Parts A and B passed.That figure was 80.9 percent for the MPRE portion of the exam. Passage rates by school were 93.1 percent for UF; 91.8 percent the FSU; 91.2 percent for UM; 90.3 for Stetson; 90 percent for FIU; 78 percent for Florida Coastal; 74.6 percent for St. Thomas; 72.7 percent for FAMU; 61.3 percent for Barry; and 59.1 percent for NSU. The rate was 77.2 percent for out-of-state test takers.
Published on July 19, 2018 at 12:33 pm Contact Billy: [email protected] | @Wheyen3 Shippy just completed her career at Oklahoma State this spring. She started every game of her career for the Cowboys, a streak of 234 consecutive games. She holds 12 school records, including highest on-base percentage (.613) and most runs scored in a single season (73). Originally from Idaho, Shippy was a four-time high school All-American and the 2014 Gatorade Idaho Softball Player of the Year.In April, Shippy was drafted in the National Pro Fastpitch draft. She instead chose to sign with Scrap Yard Fastpitch, an independent pro softball team in Houston.Shippy essentially takes the place on the staff of former SU assistant Alisa Goler. Penn State hired Goler as an assistant coach earlier this offseason. She joins fellow assistant coach Miranda Kramer and volunteer assistant Andrea Smith.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Syracuse softball has added three-time All-American and two-time Big 12 Player of the Year, Vanessa Shippy, to Mike Bosch’s coaching staff, SU Athletics announced Thursday.“We are excited to have Vanessa join the Orange family,” said SU head coach Bosch in the release. “She is one of the best young softball coaches in the game, and she will make an immediate impact within our program.” Facebook Twitter Google+