More and more aspiring lawyers who sit for the bar in Pennsylvania are using their laptops to take the test — and those who do so tend to pass at a higher rate than those who don’t, according to the head of the state’s Board of Law Examiners.

For $100, anyone taking the bar exam in Pennsylvania can type up the essay portion instead of writing it out longhand. (The multiple-choice section is still done by pencil.)

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