ExamSoft and Computer Exams - Fall 2017

Important Notices

  • The name of Examsoft's computer exam program changed from SoftTest to Examplify effective fall 2017.
  • If you took a midterm on Examplify, you may still see the midterm number when you start downloading final exam files. TO RESOLVE THIS ISSUE: when you are in Examplify and you see your midterm number, click on the down arrow beside the Home Menu (left side of screen). Click on "log out." Then go back into Examplify and it should reflect the final exam number. Contact Kerri Pelton at kerri.pelton@washburn.edu with questions.

Cost

There is NO fee for using ExamSoft.

Courses

Courses in which professors have indicated that they will allow use of SofTest for midterms and finals this semester include:

  • Administrative Law (Rubenstein)
  • Business Associations Midterm ONLY (Westbrook)
  • Children in the Law (Roberts)
  • Civil Procedure II (Bahadur)
  • Criminal Law A (Ramirez)
  • Criminal Law B Midterm and Final (Francis)
  • Criminal Procedure (Ramirez)
  • Debtor/Creditor Relations (Boyack)
  • Decedents’ Estates and Trusts (Grant)
  • Employment Law (Mastrosimone)
  • Environmental Law (Duncan)
  • Evidence (Sourgens)
  • Family Law (Elrod)
  • Housing Law (Boyack)
  • Intellectual Property (Judd)
  • Multistate Legal Analysis (M. Griggs)
  • Negotiation (Glaser)
  • Oil & Gas (B. Griggs)
  • Property A (B. Griggs)
  • Property B Midterm and Final (Duncan)
  • Public International Law (Martin)
  • Torts A Midterm and Final (Glashausser)
  • Torts B (Bahadur)
  • Workers' Comp (Cooper/Fisher)

Restrictions: If you do not have an appropriate laptop computer, you will need to either borrow one or obtain a short term rental. Unfortunately, the Law School will not be able to provide computers to those who do not have one.

Short URL for this page:
http://washburnlaw.edu/examsoft

Notice

No technical assistance will be provided once the exam has begun. In the event of any malfunction, students should complete the remainder of the examination in handwriting using standard bluebooks.