Jul 31
2014
8:43 AM

It Could Be Worse

Bar exam takers in 17 states were unable to upload their answers to ExamSoft by the July 29 deadline for the first day of testing. Although the states extended the deadlines, many students reported trying for hours without success and missing much-needed sleep before the next two days of testing. From Inside Higher Ed:

One law blogger, Josh Blackman, wondered what would happen if failure rates are higher this year. He explained: “And for crying out loud, this is serious business. Failing the bar in this economy is a 6-month sentence of unemployment. Somewhere, a plaintiff’s lawyer is putting together a class-action suit for those who used ExamSoft and failed.”

[RL]

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