Texas will move ahead with the online bar exam on Feb. 23 and 24, despite the fact that thousands in the state remain without power or water due to a frigid winter storm that has crippled key infrastructure.

The Texas Board of Law Examiners informed test takers Wednesday evening that the bar exam will proceed next week, though it announced a number of additional provisions, including plans to offer a make-up exam in the coming weeks. That make-up exam is subject to the board’s approval, however, and will not be a Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). That means scores earned on the make-up exam are not transferrable to any of the 37 other UBE jurisdictions.

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