“There were very few people who had actual technical problems,” the director of the bar exam board said.
Florida’s online bar examination, delayed several times to the consternation of hopeful attorneys around the state, went off largely hitch-free this week, the bar exam board said on Thursday.
Over Tuesday and Wednesday, 3,137 examinees took the test remotely due to gathering restrictions linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Florida Board of Bar Examiners is expediting the grading of the exam, with results promised for Nov. 20 — cutting in half the normal wait time. Once character and fitness reviews are completed, successful test takers will be admitted to practice.
Michelle Gavagni, the board’s executive director, said there were few issues with the remote exam and