Bar examinees across the country continued to face technical problems on the second day of the first-ever national online bar exam, though it appears that the vast majority of the more than 30,000 people taking the test were able to complete it.
Some test takers reported delays in being able to log into the exam, or having to restart their computers in order begin testing—echoing several of the issues examinees encountered Monday, the first day of the test. But the number of examinees facing technical issues Tuesday looked to be smaller than Monday, based on the number of people who reported problems on social media sites throughout the day.
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