Quote from: lyre on January 13, 2009, 11:34:26 AMJudging from the sheer length of your post, my advice is to not write so much.I second. "Brevity is the soul of wit."Also, remember that you are taking the professor's exam. If, for example, you are taking a contracts course where the professor won't shut up about UCC 2-207(b), there is a good chance that an issue on the exam will deal with this. I suppose it is easier said than done, but try to keep the major points your professor hammered at the front of your mind while looking for issues.hopefully this advice isn't completely worthless. cheers.
Judging from the sheer length of your post, my advice is to not write so much.
The only thing I can think of from your prof comments together with your RIL comment is that you discussed a lot of issues that were not worth talking about. If you do that, you may demonstrate to your professor that you don't really "get" the question. If you talk about RIL when it is clearly not an RIL issue, for example, all that you have demonstrated is that you memorized the law but have no clue how to apply it.