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Examplify 101 (A Complete Guide for Students)- F22 (8/25/2022)
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Minimum System Requirements
WAGE & HOUR LAW
INTL BANKRUPTCY LLM
INTL BANKRUPTCY JD
EVIDENCE: FORENSIC DNA
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN 21ST CEN
Examplify has a mock exam you can access so that you can see what your finals will look like and how the system will work. You can find the mock exam when you log into Examplify and look at the list of available exams to download. This exam is called “Mock Exam” and the password is mock2023.
It is critical that you have downloaded the Examplify software prior to the exam period and are familiar with how it works so that you can focus on taking the exam once it opens.
The Registrar’s office will be available for exam related questions and problems during office hours
8:30AM – 4:30PM, Monday through Thursday and 8:30AM – 3:00PM on Friday.
For questions during business hours, the Registrar’s Office can be contacted in one of three ways.
If you request assistance by providing a phone number or email address, please ensure that you are available to be reached at that email address or phone number.
live support: ExamSoft Exam-Taker Help
Law Help Desk
(718) 990-6600 (option #6)
Office of Student Services
Students are no longer required to apply for an exam conflict. The Office of the Registrar will move any exam in conflict to the next date for exam conflicts.
Under the conflict policy, the following constitute a conflict:
Students will receive an email with their revised exam schedule at least one month prior to the start of final exams. If any student wishes to take an exam as originally scheduled, they must let the Office of the Registrar know within one week of receiving the exam schedule email.
ExamSoft Worldwide, Inc., the software developer St. John’s University, School of Law has contracted to host electronically submitted exams has released an updated version of their testing software. Users are required to update to Examplify and become familiar with its layout and processes prior to the final exam period. Failure to update comes with the risk of having no technical support from either the Law School Help Desk or ExamSoft personnel. Continue to visit the St John’s School of Law ExamSoft Homepage for access and further details.
St. John’s University School of Law uses Examsoft/Examplify for the administration of exams. In order to make sure Examplify will work on your computer, information on minimum system requirements are available online. Examsoft will work equally for PC & MAC users.
Students will only be required to download and register with the software once. Once you install the software, you will not have to re-download the software again. However, it is encouraged that you update to future releases for access to the latest features and compatibility fixes. You will only be required to download your exams in future semesters prior to the exam period.
Additionally, if you would like to learn more about the new software system, there is an overview, as well as demo videos available: ExamSoft Help Videos.
Bring your 4-digit anonymous number to the exam room.
Early arrival (at least 30 minutes prior to start) is advised to allow for sign-in and receipt of exam instructions.
All exam materials, including scrap paper, will be provided in the exam room. Pencils and pens are not provided. All materials must be returned to the proctors at the exam’s conclusion.
Handwriting books will always be available for your use in the event of a laptop malfunction.
You must download the exam prior to your arrival at the exam room.
If you experience any problems with your computer on the day of the exam, you must notify the proctor and prepare to write the exam. You will not be given extra time to fix computer problems during the exam.
If you are unable to submit your exam electronically, you can either try to submit from another location in the School of Law or go to IT for assistance. Exams must be submitted before leaving the School of Law. Information Technology office is located in Room 1-06 and will be open for one half hour after exams end.
If you are a returning student, taking an exam for the first time in the current semester, you may receive a “registration expired” alert. You will be able to use the software after continuing normally.
Should there be any problem uploading your exam, you will be contacted and asked to bring your laptop to the Information Technology offices in Room 1-06.