The New York Board of Law Examiners and Software Secure Inc., the company the board hired to provide software for the bar exam, appear to have incomplete essays from about 400 people who sat for July's exam. After test takers complained of problems, Software Secure determined that the software malfunctioned on some laptops when students toggled between answer tabs on their screens. It is too early to tell if the software problems will cause a delay in grading the July test.
N.Y. Board: 400 Bar Exam Takers Submitted Incomplete Essays
New York Law Journal
September 5, 2007
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