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Online exams may work for some, but not everyone.

On Tuesday, 773 law graduates in Michigan were locked out while taking the state’s first-time online bar exam due to a sophisticated cyber attack. Two hundred of these exam takers were able to resume the exam within 10 minutes, but the remaining students had to wait up to 37 harrowing minutes in order to regain access to the online exam.

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