The digital version of the LSAT is getting relatively high marks from aspiring law students.

More than half of the test-takers recently polled about their experience with the new, computerized exam rated the technological aspects as either very good or good, according to a survey conducted by Kaplan Test Prep. By contrast, just 17% rated the technology of the digital LSAT—that is, functions such as touching the tablet screen to turn pages, highlighting text, digital time tracking, and the stylus—as either poor or very poor.

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