A majority of the individuals who took California’s October bar exam, the first general exam administered online, said they were satisfied with the experience, according to a state bar survey of more than 5,300 test-takers.

But test-takers still had plenty of complaints about the exam and the novel format, from late and frequently changing information from the state bar to challenges finding a good place to take the test. Respondents also said they experienced software problems.

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