Law School Exams

Please Note: This page was updated on May 4, 2022.

Announcements

You are strongly encouraged to complete a 10-minute Practice Exam prior to your first exam.

Key Dates and Deadlines

Friday, April 15 - Friday, May 13: Exam Readiness Period

Monday, May 2 - Thursday, May 12: Exam Period

Friday, May 13: Exam Make-up Day

See Spring 2022 Scheduled Take-Home Exams

See Spring 2022 Computer-Proctored Remote (formerly In-Class)  Exam Schedule

Exam-Taking Guides

Everything you need to know about:

Practice Exams

Take-Home Exams

Computer-Proctored Remote (formerly In-Class) Exams

 

If You Need Help

The fastest way to get help with exam-related issues is to open a ticket with our Exam Team. Your question will be directed to the right person. You can also visit our Exam Event page to find out about online and in-person help sessions.

Open a Ticket

Important News about Exam4

As of the May 2022 exam period, the Law School will no longer be using THES. Exam4 will be the only software for all exam types and modes. 

Required: Using the newest version of Exam4 

For each exam period, you are required to download a new version of Exam4. ITS will email you at your Net ID address when the new software is available. See our guide to Exam4 Essentials.

Recommended: Take a Practice Exam

You are strongly encouraged to complete a 10-minute Practice Exam. It is your responsibility to be proficient in Exam4 before your first exam. See our guide to taking a practice exam. 

Maintaining Anonymity

All exams are graded anonymously. If you have a problem or medical issue, do not discuss the problem with your professor. Do not add your email address or your name to your exam. If you have a medical issue, contact Student Affairs. For any other issues, please open a ticket.

Exam Archives

If you want to get a sense of previous exams, you can visit the NYU Law library's exam archive.