New York’s upcoming online bar exam is rife with technical glitches and opportunities to cheat, examinees warned this week in a letter to the New York State Board of Law Examiners.

According to a survey conducted by Diploma Privilege New York—which has been advocating for law graduates to be admitted without taking the exam amid the pandemic—85% of the 547 respondents encountered at least one tech issue during the course of two required mock exams this month.

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