Dang! That's like 5/6 attrition rate! (of those who didn't quit earlier in 1L)
I do find it interesting that correspondence did better than distance learning (you'd think more interaction would result in better scores) and the fixed facilities did even worse than both of those. That kind of blows in person is better brick&mortar theories out the water a bit.
I find it really interesting how the law offices/judges chamber (no school at all-internship) did the best of all execept the pre mentioned equaling almost double the overall average pass percentage. The less school they got, they better they did. They did almost as good as the ABA.
Here's a question though, why if not required would anyone take the exam who is going to an ABA school? Pure Narcasism? Either way, even ABA only got a 44% pass rate(less odds than flipping a coin) Shows how hard it must be.