The Florida Bar Exam took place this week, and in most cases, it was more successful than the previous week’s failure. It’s not surprising that the technology will improve with each run. This is indeed the reason why we all require a series of stress tests and are ridiculed, but it’s nice to see that this method works better. . There are still no excuses for conducting any test that puts anyone into trouble, but we will expand the line of credit we deserve here.
Sam Skolnik at Bloomberg Law With numbers From a survey conducted by New York State Assemblymen Brad Hoylman and Jo Anne Simon.
According to a new survey from the state legislature, more than 40% of law school graduates who took the New York State online bar exam said they encountered technical problems in the exam and they hoped that the lawyers participating in the training would give up the exam.
Candidates said that technical problems stem from Internet problems, test software problems, or both. Among the nearly 500 people surveyed, three-quarters also believed that this experience was “negative”, and 37% of them called it “extremely negative.”
But remember, you must convert the 75% disapproval rate into a lawyer qualification. For Judith Gundersen of NCBE, “Overall, the remote exam is successful.”
This is why legislators like Simon and Heumann are so important. Even if this disaster is over (for now), they are continuing to work hard to get this class to receive the emergency diploma privilege program to eliminate the unfair rankings we brought to these applicants. If you are in New York, please force your representatives to join their proposed diploma privilege legislation. If you are in another state, please ask your legislator to propose similar legislation. This was completely broken, and the lawyer inspector regarded it as “overall…success.”
New York Bar Exam Candidates Report “Negative” Online Experience [Bloomberg Law]
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