Kim Kardashian says she scored 100% on a recent midterm law exam
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Kim Kardashian has revealed she scored 100 per cent on a recent midterm on her law exam.
During an interview with the TODAY show, the reality star said she’s currently thriving in her legal studies.
“I'm still studying. I'm actually in constitutional law 1 and 2 right now. It's my toughest; not the biggest fan of it, I've been sharing my struggle,” she said.
“But with that said, I took a midterm yesterday.
"I got 100 per cent and then I got a 95 per cent on my other midterm. So I feel — that gives me that boost of confidence again just to push through,” Kardashian added.
And while the beauty mogul is not a lawyer yet, she added that she would sit her bar exam soon, which is a test required for students in California who were not taking the conventional path of attending an accredited law school.
“Hopefully, in the next year or so, I can take the official bar and be done,” she said.
In April, the mother of four revealed she would give up reality TV if it meant she could be a full-time attorney.
While speaking at the TIME100 Summit, the SKIMS founder explained how serious she is about pursuing law.
When asked if she would ever step away from the cameras, the reality TV star said: "I would be just as happy being an attorney full time.
"The journey just really opened up my eyes so much.
"It gets overwhelming because there's so much to be done...I brought my sister Khloé [Kardashian] to a prison for the first time last week, and that was really eye-opening for her."
She might be a while off becoming a qualified attorney, but The Kardashians star has already made massive strides in the criminal justice system.
In 2018, Kim began her work by helping to release Alice Marie Johnson, who was sentenced to life in prison for nonviolent drug charges, according to CBS News.
After meeting with the then-President Donald Trump in May of that year, Johnson was finally released from prison.
That following year, Kardashian also funded the 90 Days of Freedom Campaign, spearheaded by lawyers Brittany K. Barnett and MiAngel Cody.
The campaign led to the release of 17 people who were imprisoned for non-violent drug offenses.
The people who were freed included Eric Balcom, who served 16 years of a life sentence; Terrence Byrd, who served 25 years; and Jamelle Carraway, who served 11 years of a life sentence.