How the Billing Process Works
To type your in-class Law exams on your laptop, you must use Extegrity Exam4 software. You will only pay the software fee ($25 Law School Charges) once per academic year. Exam4 is available to all currently-enrolled Texas Law students. If you do not wish to type your answers using the Exam4 software, students are notified of their window to opt-out of using the software each term. A Law student who opts-out is only opted-out for the current term, and must opt-out again in subsequent terms if they prefer to hand-write their in-class exams as opposed to typing in the exam software. The $25 Law School Exam4 software charge is separate from your tuition bill and applies exclusively to the use of this software during the current academic year. You will be notified when your account has been charged during the exam period and you will pay the fee at the What I Owe page.
Students with Early Exams/Midterms
Students enrolled in courses with early or midterm exams will be notified of their window to opt-out of using the exam software earlier in the term. Students not enrolled in courses with early/midterm exams will be notified of their window to opt-out before the final exam period.
Whitebooks are provided for students who opt to hand-write their exams. Students are responsible for bringing their own pens and pencils to all exams.