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Click this > 2010 Philippine Bar Exams Results

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click here for the list of the 2008 Bar exam results (text file)

Source: Inquirer

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Congratulations to 1,310 examinees who passed the 2008 Bar Exams. The stress of waiting is over.

Congrats to Judy Lardizabal from San Sebastian College who garnered an average score of 85.70 percent. I know that all Lardizabals are related so am I am happy for my distant relative.

My husband wrote a series of interesting entries on the Philippine Bar Exam this year:

The 2008 Philippine bar exams composed of a record-breaking 6,533 examinees. Each examinee harbors in his or her heart the burning wish to be among the 20% or so who will make it or roughly 1 out of 5. While the arduous trek is done, the takers are in the unenviable position of not knowing whether they have arrived at their longed-for destination. The results will not be released until another 6-7 months and the agony of waiting is oftentimes more painful and distressing than knowing the news outright, whether it be good or bad.

Update: Results will be released on April 3. See News below from the Supreme Court.

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