|First and foremost, be informed on what exam taking software that SCU Law uses; why SCU Law offers this option to law students; and what formats are used in the SCU LAW process.|
|What is the vendor and platform that provides SCU LAW the ability to administer/manage in-class and/or remote exams?|
|What is the exam taking software that SCU LAW students need to take their in-class and/or remote exams?|
|Why does SCU LAW use Examsoft platform and its exam taking software, Examplify?|
SCU LAW follows the The State Bar of California exam taking process, which uses Examsoft and Examplify.
|Review the 1L Exam Info Session presented on 9/23/2020 to learn about SCU Law Exam process|
|SCU LAW Exam Formats|
|IN-CLASS: When it is safe to conduct in-class exams in Charney Hall, then you will want to find out more about SCU Law's in-class exam format. Click below or the icon to the right to experience an in-class exam.|
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|REMOTE: All exams are administered remotely via Examplify and falls into two categories:|
OPEN (non-scheduled, time-limited): You will be notified of the start date to download the Examplify exam template for your exam and will have a time limit, usually 24 hours to 168 hours (1 week) from when you download the exam template. Pay close attention to the due date and upload time, and plan accordingly. Check your exam instructions carefully.
SECURE (scheduled): You will be notified of the date and time to download the Examplify exam template for your exam. Your exam template for SECURE/scheduled exams will only be available on the date and time noted in your exam instructions that was emailed to you. SECURE/scheduled exams may use Examplify features Exam ID and Exam Monitor
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|TAKE-HOME: Exams are administered via the Examsoft portal website via their upload/download process using Examsoft's "Drop Box" process. Take-home exams do not need the exam taking software, Examplify, to submit your exam file. Check your exam instructions that were emailed to you. Be mindful of the time limit and read your instructions carefully. Also, if you have issues with your browser, then click here for some helpful tips.|
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