This article was updated at 2021-12-14 15:47.
Kim Kardashian has taken another step toward her goal of becoming a lawyer, saying that she passed a critical law exam on her fourth attempt.
The reality TV personality and businesswoman shared the news on social media, telling supporters to never give up on their dreams.
Kardashian, 41, has spent years campaigning for criminal justice reform, including at the White House.
In 2019, she declared her intention to pursue a law degree.
She has been learning on an alternative apprenticeship program under the supervision of attorneys despite the fact that she does not have an undergraduate degree.
Kardashian said that she had been advised that her quest would be “almost impossible” and “harder than the standard law school way.”
However, she announced on Monday that she had passed California’s first-year law students’ test, often known as the baby bar, on her fourth attempt.
According to current pass rates, the exam has an overall success rate of around 20%. Kardashian’s route to accreditation will still need further study and another bar test.
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