Kim Kardashian has revealed she failed her second attempt at her first-year law exam by a larger margin than her first try earlier this year.
The reality TV star received her exam results in the final episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians which aired in the US on Thursday.
She has been tackling the "baby bar exam", a first-year law exam in which a pass is required to continue with the degree.
Kim was "bummed" over the result which was "a little bit worse" than her first attempt at the exam.
"The total score was 463, I pretty much got the same thing, actually a little bit worse."
In her last attempt, the star scored 474 on the test. A score of 560 is needed to pass.
"I just have to not stress about it. I can't stress, I just have to do better in the future," Kim says.
Kim's sister, Khloe assured her this attempt "didn't count" due to the pressures she faced in 2020.
"You had COVID, you had your 40th birthday. You had a lot personally in your relationship. And quarantine itself."
She then reminded Kim that "even if you passed, we said that would've been a miracle because of COVID."
"I know, but still I wanted that miracle. I believe in miracles. But it's okay," Kim responded.
The mother-of-four announced in 2019 that she was studying to become a lawyer, and had begun a four-year apprenticeship with a law firm. She has a goal to open her own law firm focusing on prison reform.
After 14 years and 20 seasons, the TV show that made Kim famous, Keeping Up With The Kardashians ended on Thursday.