Apple has released their latest OS update Catalina (10.15). As with all new Mac OS versions, it is better to err on the side of caution and wait until the vendor, Examsoft; SCU, and the Law School Office of Assessment has made an official announcement about Examplify.  As of 10/9/2019, Examsoft has not qualified Examplify with Catalina so it is highly recommended that you not update until after your Fall 2019 final exams. Catalina is very new and many other applications, including Examplify, are still being tested

Latest announcement from Office of Assessment 10/9/2019

Dear Students: 

If you are a Mac user, please remember that you should not update your computer OS until ExamSoft has 
announced support. There is a direct impact on your ability to take your exams on your computer. I know it can
be frustrating, but they are doing all they can to catch up to the always changing systems. 

You can check back in to the ExamSoft website, or wait for an email from them directly announcing compatibility. 
If you have any questions, you contract them directly at 866.429.8889. 

Please see the message below for details: 



Dear SCU Law, 
Apple announced the release of Mac OS Catalina (Mac OS 10.15) earlier today. At this time, Examplify is not compatible with this new Mac operating system and users who upgrade will be unable to use Examplify. 
We are in the final stages of testing a new version of Examplify that will be compatible with Mac OS Catalina and expect to have additional updates regarding compatibility in the next week. As with any new operating system, exam takers should not update their devices until full compatibility is announced. 
ExamSoft Support