Complaints are beginning to roll in about last week's earthquake disrupting the first day of the California bar exam after hundreds of test takers in a room close to the epicenter were promised an extra five minutes. Thousands of people taking the California bar exam were wrapping up essays during the final minutes of the morning session on July 29 when the earthquake rattled rooms. Students reported announcements that they'd be given another five minutes but then didn't receive the extra time.
Complaints Surface Over Bar Exam Disrupted by Earthquake
The National Law Journal
August 7, 2008