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Virtual Exam Review

by Frances Brillantine on 2023-01-18T09:11:00-05:00 | 0 Comments

The staff at the Law Library has created a system that allows law students to request their own exam submission, the exam questions/prompts, and any other supplementary or explanatory material made available by the faculty (e.g. model answers).

Visit the Law Library’s TWEN page for more information and to submit a request. Please note that you will need to add the Law Library as a course on TWEN.

Requests can be submitted at any time, but the Law Library is able to respond to requests only M-F 10am-6pm. Access will expire at 11:59pm (EST) two days after you receive the documents. If you need access again, please submit a new request using the form on the Law Library's TWEN page. You can make multiple requests for the same exam. Exams are retained on file for 12-18 months, so they are available for review throughout the academic year.

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