When running Exam4 for the first time on your Mac running macOS 10.15 or higher you will be prompted to allow Exam4 to have access to your Documents folder. If you selected 'No' to this question, you will need to correct the permissions by following the... [Read More »]
Exam files are encrypted and can only be opened by exam administrators at your school. The files can only be opened and read with special software which is only for Admin use.
- Make sure that your Wi-Fi is on and connected to the Internet.
- If you are using a VPN (NordVPN, ExpressVPN, etc) try turning it off before starting your exam.
You'll need to change your computers language settings to use Exam4. Note that there are TWO parts to fixing this issue and you must do both parts:
* Also Note - if you are running Windows 10 Single Language Edition with a Non-English language you may be... [Read More »]
Yes, you will need to bring a USB adapter to the Bar Exam.
Some Newer Mac & Windows laptops only have USB-C type connectors. If this is the case you will need an adapter to use a USB-A type flash drive.
If you need help figuring out what the difference is... [Read More »]
There is the option to pay with a credit or debit card after you click on the "Pay ($ Amt) via card" link. This is located on the same screen as the download link, which appears just after you fill in your registration form. Return to our website > click your state > scroll down to "Already registered?" and click the link below that says "skip to download" >... [Read More »]
When you download, you must take careful note of where you are saving the file. Go to that location, find the correct file, then double-click to install and run. It may help to create a special folder for downloads and keep it in a convenient location so you can be sure to find it.
Registration to use Exam4 for a Bar Exam is dependent on the dates set by the State Bar Examiners. Please refer to their website for the Exam4 registration dates.
Watch this video to see how the process works.
Exam4 has detected more than one display device. This usually means you have an external monitor connected. You will need to disconnect your external/extra monitor(s) and then relaunch Exam4.
Be sure that your Airport/WiFi is turned on and under Network Preferences, be sure your location is set to Automatic.
This violation can also happen if your internal built-in WiFi is not functional. An external WiFi adapter is not a supported substitute. Only a working internal WiFi adapter will clear this violation.
Some schools require that you be on the school's network in order to submit electronically. You may need to be at school for Exam4's network connection to work. It is also possible your security software (such as Norton Internet Security) is blocking the transmission. Try disabling this for a brief time and attempt to submit the exam while it is turned off.
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