ExamSoft Guidelines & Instructions
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR FALL 2023: Please be advised that ExamSoft may be ending support for students running the Big Sur and Windows 10 operating system. You should plan to upgrade before the exam period begins.
Fall 2023 Exam Information
Registration is currently open. To register, visit our custom homepage on the ExamSoft website.
Students who elect to use Examplify must review the following information carefully:
Can I make my answer field larger in Examplify?
I have a take-home exam, but the exam is not available to download when I launch Examplify. How do I get my exam?
What is the password to the Mock Exam?
The ExamSoft website is showing the wrong upload time for my take home exam. Should I panic?
Where is the Trial Take-Home exam?
Who is eligible to sign up for ExamSoft?
How does Examplify work?
What are the required laptop specifications?
Will the Law School provide a laptop if I don’t have one?
My laptop does not meet the minimum specs but my roommate uses Examplify. Can I use their laptop for my exams?
Will I be at a disadvantage if I don’t/can’t use a laptop on my exams?
How do I register to take my exams on my laptop this semester?
I used Examplify last semester. Do I need to re-download the software?
When can I sign up?
How will I know if I have downloaded the software correctly?
Does the format of the Mock Exam directly reflect the format of my actual exam?
My exam has a word limit for the essay. Can I view my word count?
Are there any other tools I should know about?
Spell-check is available on my Mock Exams. Will it be available on my actual exam?
What if I miss the deadline for registering with ExamSoft. Can I still register and take exams on my laptop?
How will the Registrar know which exams I want to take on my laptop? What if I change my mind?
Can I still use my laptop for an exam if I qualify for exam relief or get permission to reschedule an exam?
When can I download my exams?
How do I download my exams?
Will I need to plug in my laptop during the exam, or can I just rely on battery power?
If I use a laptop for exams, will I be in the same exam room as those who are writing their exams?
What if I have a problem with my laptop or the software during the exam?
How is my exam answer printed out?
What if my computer crashes after the Registration Deadline?