Law exams can be:
Whatever the type of exam, prepare your own exam summary:
Claire Macken (see General books below) has some useful tips on creating exam summaries.
Do timed practice exams:
In the exam:
Law Learning Skills Advisers run seminars on exam preparation. Check the Library class booking system via my.monash.
From 2017, past exam papers are no longer held by the Library.
Practice exams are provided by your lecturer to ensure that the content and style of exam preparation is suitable for the unit you are studying. Look in Moodle or speak to your lecturer about any practice exams for the unit and check for revision notes and discussions in the lead-up to exams.
Some law books to help your preparation. Check Search for more.
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