One entry found for expire.
Main Entry: ex·pire
Pronunciation: ik-'spIr, oftenest for intransitive sense 3 and transitive sense 2 ek-
Inflected Form(s): ex·pired; ex·pir·ing
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French expirer, from Latin exspirare, from ex- + spirare to breathe
1 : to breathe one's last breath : DIE
2 : to come to an end
3 : to emit the breath
1 obsolete : CONCLUDE
2 : to breathe out from or as if from the lungs
3 archaic : EMIT
Sorry, couldn't resist... lol. No, the scores are not reported to the law schools upon expiration.