The California Bar will evaluate your transcripts for, I think, $100.00. If you get through 2L, I think you would be exempt from taking the FYLSX. Then, when you sign up with an online law school and get your JD, you can take the California Bar exam. You would also register with the California Bar as a distance learning law student. If you leave the brick and mortar law school, some law schools will only let you even apply if you haven't flunked out. In Florida, at least, if your credits are too low to be transferable, you will not even be eligible to apply to the law schools here. That's what I found out. In spite of the fact that I left law school in 1-9-8-8!!!