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Requirements for the Bar Examinations

new applicants or bar repeaters), printed on 8x13 SIZED BOND PAPER.

. and 1:30 P. October 1. seventy-five percent (75%) of the said fee may be applied to a future Bar Examinations.M. Gates open at 5:00 A. 6.M. 4. consult the bulletin boards along the ground corridors and on the floor to which you are assigned for your room assignment. 1968) 3. You are required to come early. and 12:00 P. For an easy and orderly location of your assigned building and room. cameras. Always bring with you your Notice of Admission. whether or not your petition to take the Bar Examinations is approved.. (Res. Bringing of deadly weapons. 5. you are . 2. Failure to take the test in any subject will bar you from taking the rest of the examinations.M. which shall serve as your pass to the examination compound/room. tape recorders. afterwhich no one will be allowed to enter without permission from the Chairman.M. other radio or stereo equipment. communication gadgets or any other electronic device is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. 7. In case you are unable to take the examinations.RULES ON THE CONDUCT OF THE BAR EXAMINATIONS 1. No refund of the examination fee will be allowed. Upon arrival at the examination compound in the morning of each examination day. cellphones. on examination days and close at 7:30 A.

You will be allowed to enter your room before the start of the examination upon submission of your Notice of Admission to the headwatcher. no examinee will be allowed to leave the room. As mandated by the De la Salle University Administration SMOKING is STRICTLY PROHIBITED anywhere within the premises even in open spaces. 8.M. PRINT your complete name as follows – family name. A name card will be given to you by the headwatcher which should be STRICTLY ACCOMPLISHED in the following manner and order: 1. Attend to your personal needs before the FIRST BELL. Eating inside the classrooms and anywhere inside the examination buildings is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. INDICATE THE SCHOOL where you finished your law course at the bottom of the card.). b) pebble wash area. but you have to conduct yourself properly by avoiding loud discussions and conversations. 2. . 11. When you arrive at the examination area.M. At the sound of the FIRST BELL (7:45 A. and c) Chess Plaza. An examinee will be considered cheating if caught with notes or “codigos” during the examination. 9. All books and notes should then be placed in front of the room. Eating is however allowed in the following areas: a) gazebo area. 3. you are required to proceed to your room assignment and not to wander around. given name and middle name – on the first line. and 1:45 P. 10. Affix your CUSTOMARY SIGNATURE on the second line.required to wear your color-coded Identification Card at all times.

There will still be one (1) set of questionnaire and notebook per Bar subject but the same shall be divided into said Part I and Part II. Variation in the color of ink and the style of your handwriting should be avoided. 13. 14. In correcting a mistake in your answer. 5. Examinees may start writing their answers for each part beginning on the page of the notebook where the words “Begin Answering on this Page” appear.M. Only fountain pens and sign pens in permanent blue. 6. Affix your RIGHT THUMBMARK on the space provided therefor. 15. DO NOT ERASE OR TEAR OFF ANY PAGE OF THE NOTEBOOK. and. 1161 (Re: Proposed Reforms in the Bar Examinations). namely: Part I and Part II. He/she has the discretion on which part to answer first. each Bar subject is now divided into two (2) parts.). blue-black or black ink should be used during examinations.4. Per SC Resolution dated 3 February 2009 in Bar Matter No.M. Ask the headwatcher to SEAL THE ENVELOPE. Begin answering at the sound of the SECOND BELL (8:00 A. which is attached to the examination notebook. INSERT the name card into the envelope. after the headwatcher has signed at the back thereof . and 2:00 P. DO NOT WRITE YOUR NAME IN THE NOTEBOOK OR MAKE ANY UNNECESSARY MARKING OR USE ANY . Anyone caught answering before the Second Bell will be dealt with accordingly. 12. simply draw a line across the word or words you want to change.

ask for your Notice of Admission from the headwatcher who shall accomplish the certification at the back thereof. 20.. ANY VIOLATION OF THE FOREGOING RULES WILL BE CONSIDERED SUFFICIENT CAUSE EXAMINATION EXAMINATIONS. submit your notebook together with the questionnaire. 17. 16. you may use the back pages commencing on the first leaf and so on.IMPERTINENT EXPRESSION which may be construed as a means of identifying your notebook. etc. In case all the front pages have been consumed.e. unless particular names are called for.). as the case may be. 21.M. Names of persons should be represented by letters of the alphabet such as A. C. AND FOR THE NULLIFICATION DISQUALIFICATION FROM OF FUTURE YOUR BAR . i.. Legal Ethics and Practical Exercises. The THIRD BELL signifies that only five (5) minutes are left before the end of the examination. 18. B. After every examination and before leaving the room. Write your answers on one side of the paper only – on the face and not on the back page. Your Notice of Admission will be retained by the headwatcher at the end of the last examination. When you finish answering or at the sound of the FOURTH BELL (12:00 NOON and 5:00 P. 19.