University of Baltimore
School of Law
FOR EXAM TAKERS
Practice Exams - Using the software prior to Test Day
There are practice exams that utilize the different security settings that your
faculty will choose. It is recommended all students should take a practice exam
prior to their first exam in each midterm/final exam period. The password for
the practice (Tutorial) exam is UBALT123.
We strongly encourage you to open the practice
exam so that you can learn how to move around in the software.
Anonymous ID numbers
Your midterm anonymous ID number is sent to you via UBalt email.
Your final exam blind ID number can be found on the student portal (MyUBalt).
are NOT the same.
The anonymous ID number is pre-programmed in the exam software for you.
Your exam password will
be announced by the proctor of your exam at the start of your exam.
You must download and
register Examplify (www.examsoft.com/ubaltlaw) on your computer in order to
take your exams. You will need your 7-digit student ID and the ExamSoft
password in order to do this and to login later. (If you have forgotten your
ExamSoft password, click the “Lost Student ID or Password?” link underneath the
login fields under "Exam Takers".) All students will need to
download the exam answer templates before taking the exam.
If you have trouble with
the software, please contact ExamSoft at 1-866-429-8889 (option 3, then
option 4). We strongly encourage you to open and “take” the
mock/practice (Tutorial) exam – password is UBALT123.
This is how you will tell if you have any glitches in your computer or the
software. If you have trouble with the software, please contact ExamSoft. If
you have forgotten your ExamSoft password, click the “?” next to the password
login screen under exam takers. Please check to be sure your computer’s
operating system is compatible with ExamSoft (Windows and Mac
only. Please note that iPads are not supported for Examplify here at
Exam Taker Technical Support: (866) 429-8889 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any
questions, please contact the Law School Exam Team (email@example.com), in
the Office of Academic Affairs.
-- Law School Exam Team