ExamSoft and Computer Exams - Spring 2019

Important Notices

  • You may take your midterm and final examinations using your laptop with Examplify for Windows or Mac, as indicated below.
  • All students who plan on using their laptop for exams will need to download and register the newest version of Examplify. 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 Examplify for midterms and finals this semester include:

  • Civil Procedure IA (Bahadur)
  • Civil Procedure IB (Glashausser)
  • Civil Procedure II (Concannon)
  • Constitutional Law IA (Rubenstein)
  • Constitutional Law IB Midterm and Final (Jackson)
  • Constitutional Law II (Rich)
  • Contracts A Midterm and Final (Boyack)
  • Contracts B (Sourgens)
  • Criminal Procedure (Francis)
  • Criminal Procedure II (Hodgkinson)
  • Decedents' Estates and Trusts (Grant)
  • Elder Law (Donaldson)
  • Employment Discrimination (Alaka)
  • Election Law (Gunn)
  • Evidence (Concannon)
  • Family Law (Elrod)
  • Federal Indian Law (Duncan)
  • International Business Transactions Midterm and Final (Westbrook)
  • International Civil Litigation in the United States (Glashausser)
  • Labor Law (Mastrosimone)
  • Law in Context Essay Exam (M. Griggs)
  • Law of Armed Conflict (Maag)
  • Legislation (Rubenstein)
  • Multistate Legal Analysis Essay Exam (M. Griggs)
  • Payment Systems (Thomas)
  • Real Estate Transactions (Boyack)
  • Torts: Product Liability and Privacy (Bahadur)
  • Transactional Intellectual Property Practice: Trademarks and Marketing (Ott)
  • Water Rights (B. Griggs)

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.