ExamSoft and Computer Exams - Spring 2014

Important Deadline

Students must notify Kerri Pelton (Law Clinic, Room 253; (785) 670-1693; kerri.pelton@washburn.edu) of their intention to take specific examinations using SofTest Windows or SofTest Mac. This notification should list each exam desired to be taken on computer, including midterms. You must download and register by Friday, April 25, 2014. If you have a midterm, your deadline is Monday, March 3, 2014.

If you used SofTest last semester, you do not need to download again. However, if you had any computer issues last semester, you are strongly advise you to re-download. You are also STRONGLY ENCOURAGED you to run the Mock Exam to ensure your laptop works well with SofTest. New updates for your anti-virus, security settings, or other third-party software may have changed since the last time you used SofTest.


There is NO fee for using ExamSoft.


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

  • Administrative Law (Robinson)
  • Business Associations MIDTERM ONLY (Westbrook)
  • Civil Procedure IA (Concannon)
  • Civil Procedure IB (Bahadur)
  • Civil Procedure II (Bahadur)
  • Constitutional Law IA (Rubenstein)
  • Constitutional Law IB (Rich)
  • Contracts IIA (Sourgens)
  • Contracts IIB (Boyack)
  • Criminal Law J MIDTERM and FINAL (Maxwell)
  • Criminal Procedure IA (Kaye)
  • Criminal Procedure IB (Ramirez)
  • Criminal Procedure II (Ramirez)
  • Elder Law (Landry)
  • Employment Discrimination (Duncan)
  • Evidence (Concannon)
  • Federal Courts (Glashausser)
  • Immigration (Rubenstein)
  • Juvenile Offender (Brassel)
  • Labor Law (Mastrosimone)
  • Local Government (Robinson)
  • Professional Responsibility (Martin)
  • Real Estate Transactions (Boyack)
  • Remedies (Glashausser)

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.

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.