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Kim Kardashian celebrates that she not only passed the baby bar, but her graduation was chosen to be an example for future students.
The 41-year-old reality TV star took to her Instagram stories last Saturday to share the good news. She re-posted a photo that her law professor, Sam Farkas, shared from her own personal account.
“So proud of Kim Kardashian … well done Kim !!” he wrote.
Kardashian added his reaction and wrote on top of the picture: “Like flipped out !!”
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She went on to explain what it meant after she received messages on Instagram asking for clarification.
“That means when I took the bar, my essay scored the highest, so they used my essay as a model answer to show future people taking it what the answer should be,” she said back.
“I was screaming right when my professor Sam told me that!”
In December, Kardashian revealed that she passed the “baby bar” exam, which is the first-year law student’s exam.
“OMFGGGG I passed the BABYBAR EXAM !!!!” wrote the 41-year-old on social media.
“When I look at myself in the mirror, I’m really proud of the woman who looks back today in the mirror,” she continued. “This was not easy or given to me. I failed this exam 3 times in 2 years, but I got up each time and studied harder and tried again until I passed it !!!”
The star failed his first three attempts at the test. On her third attempt, Kardashian said she was fighting COVID-19.
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“I had COVID in the third attempt with 104 fever, but I do not come up with excuses,” she said in the same post. “I was told by top lawyers that this was a near impossible journey and more difficult than the traditional law school route, but it was my only option and it feels sooo good to be here and on track to reach my goals.”
Kardashian said because she does not go to a traditional law school, she has to take two law exams. Later in her post, she thanked political commentator Van Jones for convincing her to study law, her two legal advisers, her preparatory team and professors.
“Thank you for using the hours and teaching me everything I needed to know! 10 hour days, daily 4 hour zoom, our personal practice tests week after week. We did it!” she said.
Finally, the “Skims” founder thanked his late father, Robert Kardashian. “I know my father would be so proud and he would actually be so shocked to know that this is my path now, but he would have been my best study partner. I’m told he was notorious for make fun of people who did not pass on their first attempt like he did, but he would have been my biggest cheerleader! ” she wrote.
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Kardashian ended his post with a positive and inspiring tone. “The bottom line is never give up, even when you hold on to a thread, you can do it !!!!! Put your mind to it and get it done because it feels sooooo good when you first get to the other side! ” she exclaimed.
The KKW Beauty founder previously told Fox News that she hopes to focus her work on prison reform and open her own company.
“Hopefully, when all is said and done, I hope to be able to hire or start a really great law firm and hire a lot of previously jailed people to work in the firm,” she explained.
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“I’ve met so many people who would be the best lawyers or paralegals,” Kardashian said. “They know more about their cases and the law than some lawyers I know. I mean, they spend their days in and out learning the law to figure out how to get out. And so I think it would be a huge goal of mine. “
Fox News’ Jessica Napoli contributed to this report.