Quebec Bar Past Exams

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  1. Elliot says:

    I am extremely impressed with this website – it is a great tool for bar students and the only resource of this type available to help us through this challenging process. Thanks so much for doing this!

  2. Sam says:

    Thanks so much! Will be taking the bar exam next year, and I’m very nervous. This is definitely very helpful.

  3. Julie says:

    Merci, ces examens font certainement partie des raisons pour lesquelles j’ai passé du premier coup!

  4. Sam says:

    Hi! Do you know where I can find the equivalent articles of Loi sur les compagnies (now Loi sur les sociétés par actions QC)? Thanks so much for everything!

    • Matthew Meland says:

      Hi Sam.
      Many codes contain a cross-reference tables (concordance tables). That table will cross-reference the articles numbers from the different laws. If not, you can always look on the CAIJ website in their version of the law in question. Hope that helps.

  5. Jess says:

    Hello! Thanks for all the helpful information. I am wondering, do we have to opt for our choice of language before we start bar school or can we pick the language of choice on the day of the exam? I received my books in French, and I am aware that the classes are all in French. Does that mean I would have to take the exam in French? Thanks so much!

    • Matthew Meland says:

      Bar School is only offered in French. The Collection de Droit is only offered in French. All of the books of laws are bilingual (for the annotated Criminal Code, you choose whether you want to buy the French version or the English one). As for the actual Quebec Bar Exam, it is a bilingual exam. You get all of the questions in both English and French, and you can answer in either language.

  1. April 10, 2018

    […] The Quebec Bar Exam is now around the corner and you’ve been preparing for months, but you only have past bar exams up to 2004, so is it worthwhile to do these old exams and are they even similar to current examinations? This is to topic of today’s post. (Past exams may be found here) […]

  2. April 22, 2018

    […] equivalency exams are the answer for you. These exams pack more subjects into one exam than do the Quebec Bar Past Exams. This page contains all of the past Quebec Bar equivalency exams with solution sheets (and without […]

  3. August 8, 2018

    […] But honestly, having written the Bar, I’d recommend doing all the pass exams (available here: Quebec Bar Past Exams), rather than read the Collection. If you have extra time, maybe do the past exams or the annexes […]

  4. November 29, 2018

    […] the tricks and traps in different questions. Past regular and retake bar exams may be found here (Quebec Bar Past Exams) and past equivalency exams here (Quebec Bar Past Equivalency Exams). All of the past exams are […]

  5. January 27, 2019

    […] Often times, the issue on the first round of the exam was that you fell into too many traps and got questions wrong which you should have gotten right. You knew the material, but something in the question led you astray. The best advice I can give you on this front is to get into the habit of taking notes as you are reading the Bar exam questions. Start practising this habit immediately while doing practice exams (which may be found here: Quebec Bar Past Exams). […]

  6. April 25, 2019

    […] on the different past exams may be found at Quebec Bar Past Exams. The unfortunate rule is that anything covered by one of the exam topics which is related to the […]

  7. January 14, 2020

    […] on the different past exams may be found at Quebec Bar Past Exams. The unfortunate rule is that anything covered by one of the exam topics which is related to the […]

  8. January 14, 2020

    […] The Quebec Bar Exam is now around the corner and you’ve been preparing for months, but you only have past bar exams up to 2004, so is it worthwhile to do these old exams and are they even similar to current examinations? This is the topic of today’s post. (Past exams may be found here) […]

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