Pre-Written Exam Answers???

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Pre-Written Exam Answers???

Postby onthemoney » Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:23 pm

For open book tests, have you ever come in with pre-written answers? I know every every fact pattern is different, but the basic rules are always the same. For example, would it be possible in Con law to prepare responses to every topic and use that as your Rule in IRAC (and all you'd have to do is the IAC)?

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Re: Pre-Written Exam Answers???

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Re: Pre-Written Exam Answers???

Postby dougroberts » Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:29 pm

And in Con. Law, yes it is very easy to have pre-written content (not necessarily answers since you don't know the question/hypo). I did this, and booked Con. Law.

For example, you know that Lopez will come up on your exam, so have a nice 2-4 sentences explaining this case. Then copy it to your exam, add additional rules as necessary, and apply/conclusion.

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Re: Pre-Written Exam Answers???

Postby Doritos » Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:41 pm

dougroberts wrote:And in Con. Law, yes it is very easy to have pre-written content (not necessarily answers since you don't know the question/hypo). I did this, and booked Con. Law.

For example, you know that Lopez will come up on your exam, so have a nice 2-4 sentences explaining this case. Then copy it to your exam, add additional rules as necessary, and apply/conclusion.


Who is Lopez? Mario?

I'm going to fail...

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Re: Pre-Written Exam Answers???

Postby Baylan » Sat Apr 02, 2011 10:35 am

Doritos wrote:
dougroberts wrote:And in Con. Law, yes it is very easy to have pre-written content (not necessarily answers since you don't know the question/hypo). I did this, and booked Con. Law.

For example, you know that Lopez will come up on your exam, so have a nice 2-4 sentences explaining this case. Then copy it to your exam, add additional rules as necessary, and apply/conclusion.


Who is Lopez? Mario?

I'm going to fail...


*cough* Shift back from the ultra-broad commerce clause applied since 1937 *cough* weapons in schools *cough*

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Re: Pre-Written Exam Answers???

Postby Doritos » Sat Apr 02, 2011 12:43 pm

Baylan wrote:
Doritos wrote:
dougroberts wrote:And in Con. Law, yes it is very easy to have pre-written content (not necessarily answers since you don't know the question/hypo). I did this, and booked Con. Law.

For example, you know that Lopez will come up on your exam, so have a nice 2-4 sentences explaining this case. Then copy it to your exam, add additional rules as necessary, and apply/conclusion.


Who is Lopez? Mario?

I'm going to fail...


*cough* Shift back from the ultra-broad commerce clause applied since 1937 *cough* weapons in schools *cough*


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Re: Pre-Written Exam Answers???

Postby Baylan » Sat Apr 02, 2011 5:12 pm

Doritos wrote:
Baylan wrote:
Doritos wrote:
dougroberts wrote:And in Con. Law, yes it is very easy to have pre-written content (not necessarily answers since you don't know the question/hypo). I did this, and booked Con. Law.

For example, you know that Lopez will come up on your exam, so have a nice 2-4 sentences explaining this case. Then copy it to your exam, add additional rules as necessary, and apply/conclusion.


Who is Lopez? Mario?

I'm going to fail...


*cough* Shift back from the ultra-broad commerce clause applied since 1937 *cough* weapons in schools *cough*


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Thanks. I really needed those.




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