General Exam Information
The Office of the Registrar administers take-home examinations for Georgetown Law students. On this page, you will find important information including exam dates, policies, instructions, and tech support.
All take-home exams are administered through the Exam4 software application and graded on an anonymous basis. Students are subject to the Student Disciplinary Code and, as such, self-identification of any kind within the exam is not permitted; nor may they discuss the substance of the exam with faculty or with any other student from the time the exam is first administered until after grades are published.
Please review the Exam Communications website for important Exam Updates.
Please review in full the Spring 2021 Memo on Examinations, Papers and the Student Disciplinary Code.
Exam4 (Exam Software) Information
- Exam 4 Information Session Video
- Exam4 PDF Presentation
- Exam4 Instructions (Guide to downloading software & preparing for exam-day)
- Exam4 Take-Home Summary (includes web links)
- Exam4 Reminders & FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)
Exam4 users, Extegrity now supports the following operating systems:
- Windows 10 (Home, Pro, Edu and Enterprise) (versions 1903, 1909, 2004, 20H2)
- macOS 11.3.x, 11.4, 11.5, and 11.6 Big Sur (including Apple’s new M1 Processor)
- macOS 10.15.7 Catalina
- macOS 10.14.6 Mojave
You must have administrator rights to your laptop in order to download, install, and run Exam4. Work laptops are not recommended for use as administrator rights are maintained by the respective organization/company. Exam4 requires administrator rights every time it is used for an in-class and/or takehome exam.
Students retrieve their exam schedules and Exam Numbers by logging into the Exam/Paper Management System.
Important details regarding the administration of take-home examinations (accessed independently by students within a designated period of time) can be found by clicking on the following link: Take-Home Exam Procedures.
The Office of the Registrar manages exam conflicts and deferrals. All such requests should be directed to the Office of the Registrar; not to faculty or other administrative offices. Information regarding exam deferrals, exam conflicts, the Student Disciplinary Code and other Georgetown Law Policies may be found by clicking the following link for the online Georgetown Law Student Handbook. Instructions for submitting a request can be found by clicking on the following link: Exam Conflicts and Exam Deferrals.
Per Academic Policy, students may request to review exams and final papers that have been returned to the Office of the Registrar during a scheduled exam review period each semester. Details and instructions may be found by clicking on the following link: Exam Review.
Professor Michael Frisch
415 McDonough Hall
Exam4 Technical Issues
Exam4 User Support
General Computer Issues
IST Help Desk
152 McDonough Hall