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mr_stiles

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Practice exam questions
« on: March 08, 2009, 01:08:21 PM »
My Con Law professor allows students to take practice exams and review answers with him to prepare for the final. He has only one old exam available to students for practice. However, several other Con Law professors at my school have at least 3-4 exams available. In preparation for finals, I would like to practice taking my professor's old exam and, for experience and evaluation purposes, would like to take at least one exam.

Can I ask the professor to come up with an additional fact pattern? Should I use the other professors' exams?


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Re: Practice exam questions
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2009, 01:24:24 PM »
Before taking exams prepared by other professors, I would ask your current professor if he can provide you with any additional fact patterns or past exams.  Also, ask her/him if s/he can provide you with any best student answers from the past or a model answer that the professor has prepared.  Worst case scenario, your professor says no.