further down as in T3/T4...or as in not T25?
Quote from: redjay on December 07, 2007, 05:41:31 PMfurther down as in T3/T4...or as in not T25?I'm pretty sure the other poster was just making fun of you. Whether you can bring anything into an exam is entirely up to the professor, it has nothing to do with the school as far as I know. The only general rule is that most sane professors are going to at least allow you to bring your rule book to a Civ Pro exam or any other exam in a code-based class for that matter.
Doesn't really matter whether it's open or closed book. You probably won't have time to refer to your outline often-
I think, in general, the further down in the rankings the school is the more likely its profs are to have closed book exams.
Quote from: Luigi rules on December 07, 2007, 05:39:45 PMI think, in general, the further down in the rankings the school is the more likely its profs are to have closed book exams.I am at a non- T25, and I also find this to be true. I believe the professors think they are doing the students a favor for the Bar exam by forcing them to "learn" the material up front (as one professor told my 1L class, "The Bar Exam is not open book.") I find, however, that I have a far deeper understanding of the material for the few open-book subjects that I had, and I am sure that the quality of my answers on those exams was much higher. Not really sure why that is . . . perhaps I spent more time learning how to apply the law, rather than just memorizing it.