Kim Kardashian passes the California baby bar law exam.

In an Instagram post published Monday, Kim Kardashian disclosed that she passed the exam on her fourth attempt.

“When I look in the mirror, I am incredibly pleased of the lady I see in the reflection today,” the post says. “Anyone who isn’t familiar with my law school experience should realise that it wasn’t easy or handed to me.”

Kardashian said she had Covid-19 during one of her attempts to pass the exam, which is one of two she must pass in order to practise law in California.

“I was informed by top lawyers that this was a near-impossible trip and that it would be more difficult than the standard law school route,” she said. “But it was my only alternative, and it feels so so so fantastic to be here and on my way to accomplishing my goals.”

Kardashian went on to credit CNN pundit Van Jones, as well as lawyers Jessica Jackson and Edy Haney and her instructors Sam Farkas and Chuck Shonholtz, for convincing her to pursue a career in law.

“I know my dad would be so happy and he would really be so stunned to know that this is my route today but he would have been my best study companion,” she said, referring to her late father, Robert Kardashian, an attorney famed for defending O.J. Simpson during his murder trial.

Kim Kardashian closed the tweet with a word of encouragement for those who are working toward their own objectives.

“The bottom takeaway is that you can do it even if you are hanging on by a thread,” she wrote. “Set your mind to it and get it done because once you get to the other side, it feels really fantastic!”

Those wishing to practise law in California must pass tests administered by the State Bar of California. According to CNN, the state bar declined to comment on Kim Kardashian exam results, citing the confidentiality of individual findings.


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