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Chat GPT exam in US law school, how many marks did it get? will be surprised to know

Chat GPT exam in US law school, how many marks did it get?  will be surprised to know


This test consisted of 95 multiple choice questions and 12 essay questions. Chat GPT has secured C+ score in this exam which is considered as below average score.

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Published: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 21:08 [IST]

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ChatGPT Passes US Law School Exam

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If you keep even a little news of the Internet world, then you must have heard about Chat GPT in the recent past. It is being said that this will eliminate the need of Google in the coming times. Let us tell you that Chat GPT is an artificial intelligence powered chat bot that answers any of your questions in seconds. At present, Chat GPT has become a topic of discussion at the moment because of its unique capability. Meanwhile it has cracked an American law school exam.

What grade did Chat GPT get in the exam?

What grade did Chat GPT get in the exam?

Chat GPT, who writes long essays on any issue around the world, has passed an American law school exam. According to the report, a special test was conducted at the University of Minnesota Law School in which ChatGPTs had to solve the same questions that other students were allowed to solve. Jonathan Choi, a professor at the same school, explained that the test consisted of 95 multiple choice questions and 12 essay questions. On Monday, they reported that the bot achieved an overall C+ score, which is considered below average.

New York City Department of Education banned

New York City Department of Education banned

According to reports, this score is good enough to barely pass the exam. The Chat GPT score lagged behind the rest of the students. The bot failed miserably on multiple choice math questions. However, in writing the essay, ChatGPT showed a strong understanding of the basic legal principles and came up with a better essay. But its ever-evolving understanding has teachers worried. Let us tell you that the ban has been imposed by the New York City Department of Education. The department has blocked the chat board for the students and teachers with immediate effect.

Will Chat CPT be useful for students?

Will Chat CPT be useful for students?

The Department of Education believes that chat bot is not good for the future of children and teachers as it is giving quick answers to every question which can have a negative impact on the future of children. Not only this, it prevents children from developing critical thinking and problem solving skills which are essential for the future. However, Professor Jonathan Choi has disagreed with this. They suggest that it may be a valuable teaching aide. He said that it would prove to be very useful for students and practicing lawyers.

How is Chat GPT different from Google?

How is Chat GPT different from Google?

Let us tell you that recently Microsoft has also invested in Chat GPT prepared by a company named OpenAI. However, it has not been revealed yet that how much Microsoft has invested in it. But several reports suggest that Microsoft has invested up to $10 billion in OpenAI. Earlier in 2019, Microsoft invested $1 billion in OpenAI. Let us tell you that where many links are made available to you in response to the questions asked in Google. On the contrary, here you get the exact answer.

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ChatGPT Passes US Law School Exam, know bot score

Story first published: Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 21:08 [IST]

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