No, not for you. But North Carolina has already graded the bar exams from the July 2010 seating. Maryland results come out usually in November. Which begs the question: does North Carolina actually read the exam answers? I’m sure they do. Above the Law suggests that it is the small number of applicants to the North Carolina bar: 1,046 applicants for the July bar this year. But that is traditionally around the number of applicants for the Maryland bar. So why does Maryland take three times as long? Less examiners? I have no clue.