Thousands of aspiring attorneys took the Law School Admission Test from the comfort of home Monday—marking a first for the entrance exam.

The debut of the pared-down, online version of the LSAT—dubbed LSAT Flex—was not without technical glitches, however. Some test takers reported waiting an hour or more for an online proctor to give them access to the exam, while a few were mistakenly told by proctors that they could not use scratch paper during the test.

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