A third jurisdiction has moved its July bar exam online.

The Supreme Court of Nevada has ordered a reformatting of the state’s attorney licensing exam and called for it to be delivered remotely. It joins Indiana and Michigan in the move to an online test. But Nevada is taking a different tack by making its online test open book—a concession to the fact that it’s difficult to police test takers when they are in their own homes. It’s also keeping the test at two days, whereas Michigan and Indiana has reduced it down to one day.

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