Prepare Your Computer for Exam Software

Prepare Your Computer for Exam Software

Exam4 is the software program that students must use when taking an exam using their laptop computer. New versions of the software must be installed each semester and can be downloaded from Extegrity's website.

Exam4 Supported Operating Systems

PC:  Microsoft Windows Operating Systems Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Mac: 10.9.5 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra), and 10.13 (High Sierra)

If your computer does not have one of these operating systems, laptops may be reserved in advance for exam use by sending an email to

Installation and Validation Instructions

Please note that these instructions are only valid for exams taken in the Fall 2018 term.

A. Students should start by downloading the Exam4 software from the Extegrity's website (download available beginning October 29th, 2018).

Step 1:  Click on "Law Schools" in the left hand menu.

Step 2.  Select "C" from the alphabetical listing, or scroll down to "Connecticut" to select "University of Connecticut School of Law".

Step 3:  Select University of Connecticut School of Law and complete the registration form.

Step 4:  You may be required to acknowledge and accept terms and conditions before downloading.  If so, check the box to proceed.

Step 5:  Click on the download link to obtain the program.

Step 6:  Double-click on the downloaded file to install Exam4.  Follow the prompts to install the program.

B. After downloading and installing the Exam4 software, students will need to validate the software product.  The validation process includes taking a Practice Exam.

C. Take a Practice Exam (required):

Make sure that your laptop is connected to the secure wireless network (UCONN-SECURE) or the wired network at the Law School.
NOTE: Exam4 submissions will not work when connected to the unsecure wireless network (UCONN-GUEST) or off-campus.

Open the Exam4 program.

Screen 1: Select "Prepare to start new exam" and click Next.

Screen 2: Enter the information below and click Next.

Exam ID: Enter your NetID