Do schools archive all exams or just a couple?

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muscleboundlaw

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Do schools archive all exams or just a couple?

Postby muscleboundlaw » Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:06 pm

I went to our online resource and there were only some exams there. I was trying to see if I should go to the library to scan some of the exams, but I am pretty sure they wouldn't archive most recent examinations.

That's a valid assumption, right?

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Re: Do schools archive all exams or just a couple?

Postby Mullens » Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:29 pm

muscleboundlaw wrote:I went to our online resource and there were only some exams there. I was trying to see if I should go to the library to scan some of the exams, but I am pretty sure they wouldn't archive most recent examinations.

That's a valid assumption, right?


This is 100% school dependent and at my school it was professor dependent, as well. Ask people at your school.

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Re: Do schools archive all exams or just a couple?

Postby cavalier1138 » Fri Nov 24, 2017 5:02 pm

Mullens wrote:This is 100% school dependent and at my school it was professor dependent, as well. Ask people at your school.


This. Or ask your professors, because they usually have some level of control over what exam materials are made available.



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