The era of the digital LSAT has arrived.

About 24,000 people nationwide took the Law School Admission Test on Monday—half of them on paper and half on tablets. It was the first large-scale rollout of the updated exam and the last time the paper-and-pencil test will be offered. The LSAT will be fully digital by the next time it’s administered in September.

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