What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

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What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Dec 09, 2014 8:13 pm

I transferred from a t4 to a t2 and just had my first exam and genuinely think i failed. I've never had to consider what a failing exam looks like until now so any insight would be helpful

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Re: What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

Postby Nebby » Tue Dec 09, 2014 8:44 pm

Does it matter now? There's no way any person here can constructively reply to your post. Essentially, unless you shat on the computer screen, you probably got a B.

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Re: What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

Postby ballcaps » Tue Dec 09, 2014 8:55 pm

Anonymous User wrote:What does it take to fail an exam at a T2


answering some/most/all of the questions incorrectly?

i'm sorry, but there's absolutely no way anyone could offer a constructive reply to this post. i assume you're feeling uneasy about it and are looking for some reassurance, but like i suggested, your question is impossibly vague. just wait it out and see.

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Re: What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

Postby AReasonableMan » Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:00 pm

There is a book called Ingredients for Making A's in Law School on Amazon and apparently at a Barnes and Noble in Michigan. If you make all A's then you likely won't fail.

In all seriousness if you made a good faith effort and applied some law then you won't fail.

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Re: What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

Postby northwood » Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:47 pm

if you insulted your professor profusely (and not just with your lack of knowledge of the subject) if you failed to answer any of the questions, if you managed to get all multiple choice questions wrong, if you cheat, if you didnt show, etc.

if you put a good faith effort and your new school does not have set number of students who can fail a test- unless they explicitly demonstrate a thorough lack of knowledge of the subject, never showed up to class then you passed.. maybe with a D, but after all there IS a D in J.D.

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Re: What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

Postby AReasonableMan » Wed Dec 10, 2014 1:00 am

northwood wrote:if you insulted your professor profusely (and not just with your lack of knowledge of the subject) if you failed to answer any of the questions, if you managed to get all multiple choice questions wrong, if you cheat, if you didnt show, etc.

if you put a good faith effort and your new school does not have set number of students who can fail a test- unless they explicitly demonstrate a thorough lack of knowledge of the subject, never showed up to class then you passed.. maybe with a D, but after all there IS a D in J.D.

Do you think any professor would ding you for taking a jab at them? They could but aren't most of them intensely logical and objective?

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Re: What does it take to fail an exam at a T2

Postby Nebby » Wed Dec 10, 2014 3:39 am

AReasonableMan wrote:
northwood wrote:if you insulted your professor profusely (and not just with your lack of knowledge of the subject) if you failed to answer any of the questions, if you managed to get all multiple choice questions wrong, if you cheat, if you didnt show, etc.

if you put a good faith effort and your new school does not have set number of students who can fail a test- unless they explicitly demonstrate a thorough lack of knowledge of the subject, never showed up to class then you passed.. maybe with a D, but after all there IS a D in J.D.

Do you think any professor would ding you for taking a jab at them? They could but aren't most of them intensely logical and objective?


Just lol




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