Extegrity Exam4 - Law School

At the Pace Law School, many professors allow their students to take exams on their personal laptops using the Extegrity Exam4 software. To prepare and become familiar with the software, please certify your laptop by installing the Extegrity Exam4 software and taking a practice test in advance of your exam. Click here for instructions on how to install and test the software.

                                                                                          

Supported Operating SystemNOT Supported

Windows 10 (Home, Pro, Edu and Enterprise) (versions 1903**, 1909, 2004, 20H2, 21H1) 

Beta OS versions

Windows 11 (Home, Pro, Edu and Enterprise) [versions 21H2]

Apple Macintosh OS X 10.13 and earlier/Apple iDevices (iPad, iPhone, etc.)

macOS 12 Monterey (including Apple's M1 Processors)

Windows 8.1 and earlier

macOS 11.6.x Big Sur (including Apple's M1 Processors)

Windows (RT, IoT, Mobile, Team & S versions)/Windows 10 SL (non-English Editions)

MacOS 10.15.7 Catalina

Surface devices that do not have Windows 10 Home, Pro, Education or Enterprise version

MacOS 10.14.6 Mojave**

Windows computers with ARM processors (i.e., Snapdragon)


Linux


Chromebooks

** Extegrity Support for these operating systems ends August 1, 2022

Virtual operating systems (VMs)

MacOS 10.13.6 High Sierra - No longer supportedAnything else not specifically listed as supported above

Step-by-Step guide

  1. Access the Exam4 website to register and install the software
  2. Take a practice exam
  3. Familiarize yourself with the software (e.g.; how to get a word count)
  4. Upload the practice exam to a secure server


Note

Exam4 is a simple blue book exam word processing program that locks down your computer so that other programs and files cannot be accessed while taking an exam. A key logger program will take an encrypted snapshot of your exam every few seconds and save it to your laptop. At the end of the exam you will use the software to upload the encrypted exam to a secured folder where the Office of the Registrar will access the exams to print them for your professors. Students cannot open, read, or modify these encrypted exam files once the exam has ended.

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