Under the requirements of § 6060(h) of the California Business and Professions Code, a student must pass the First-Year Law Students’ Examination (FYLSX) or have been exempted (student attended an ABA or Committee accredited school). to continue their studies at our institution.
To date, the American Heritage University School of Law has sent 80 students to take the First-Year Law Students’ Examination (FYLSX), and 12.5% have passed. The statistics below cover 2017 – 2021. It shows how many failed and how many passed.
|2017 – 2021|
|All Takers||First Timers||Repeaters|
|Exam Date||Took||Passed||% Passed||Took||Passed||% Passed||Took||Passed||% Passed|
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Why Choose AHUSOL?
AHUSOL Understands the traditional approach the CalBar takes when it comes to the grading and scaling of the First Year Examination. That is why we’ve developed a specialized first year curriculum to help increase the students’ chances of passing the exam within 3 administrations.
The most significant difference is in our use of Internet technology to organize and concentrate the materials to increase your learning experience. You can communicate live to our instructors as you watch, live and “real time”! If you miss a lecture, you can access it anytime, anywhere!
Additionally, academic support by California licensed attorneys is available online through live audio and video chat rooms, by email and by phone. All of our instructors are either practising attorneys or retired.
Tuition is just one factor in calculating the total cost of attending law school. American Heritage has one of the lowest tuition rates in the country. But beyond tuition, American Heritage allows you to continue your present career.