The Supreme Court en banc officially announced the schedule of the 2020 Bar Examinations.
The Supreme Court en banc on Monday officially released Bar Bulletin No. 12, Series of 2020 announcing the schedule of the 2020 Bar Examinations.
This, as Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic, the chairperson of the 2020 Bar Examinations, said that the Supreme Court en banc has decided that it will hold the next bar exams not earlier than February 2021.
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As stated in Bar Bulletin No. 12, Series of 2020, the Supreme court decided to move the exams to a later date due to an increasing nuber of confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), “prevailing community quarantine protocols” and the “continuing uncertainty.”
You can read the full announcement below:
The Supreme Court previously announced last April that 2,103 out of 7,685 candidates passed the 2019 Bar examinations and already took their oath last June 25.
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