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ok lets start the bitching, that was a difficult exam... (1 Viewer)

vas

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what the fuck was that

the bos really like to test us......

INTERNATIONAL CRIME?????????? i mean cmon

the multiple choice was alright, a bit tricky with the cerial box and fucking the collective rights question...i put tort law, and referendum respectively

human rights wasnt that flash.....i wonder if youll get marked down if u didnt name the human right as its stated in the charter

i put the right to identity and culture....


the crime was pretty hard........ effectiveness for law in international crime???

crimanal penalties reflect community standards??????????????????????????

wtf are those

extended responce was alright

b for both family and workplace

9 and a half and 8 pages respectively....

tell us your thoughtsss

there goes my raw mark over anywher in the ninetys:rolleyes:
 

Moonfrog

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I thoug crime was shit! I can't even remeber my text book saying that much on international law that you could be expected to write a freaken 8 mark amswer! Shit!!!!!!!!!! And seriously, what the hell was with that senario? Talk about ambiguous... didn't have hardly any acts, and what the hell kind of case studies do they want you to use???????????????
 

adamj

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The BOS wanted to be different, in my favourate subject, I faced the dumbest exam. Although I can't confidently state that i did well in English, I can say at least the questions were easy to understand. The essay questions were the worst ones though, how do they correlate with the underlying factors of the course?
 

mememe

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The crime scenario was a killer. I knew as soon as i saw it that my chances of getting band 6 just flew out the door. FAR OUT i'm pissed off, because i knew domestic crime so well, and not one of my cases or acts had anything to do with damn international crime.

How did you evaluate the effectiveness of australia in dealing with international crime?
 

teehee

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i just dont understand why they wanted to be so mean to us :(
 

MiuMiu

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I didn't think it was too bad, freaked at first but when I stopped and thought, it turned out ok.
 

Tiger Pants

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meh

for those of us who did WORLD ORDER as a focus study thing, it shouldnt be toooooooooooo bad...
i reckon as long as you mentioned about redition, extradition, treaties and, like, transnational "working together" im sure it'll be sweet.
 

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Originally posted by Ms 12
I didn't think it was too bad, freaked at first but when I stopped and thought, it turned out ok.
+1

I was all set to vomit just before I went in the exam, and when I first read the focus studies questions, I must've misread them because all I saw was 'Morality Ethics and Commitment to Law' - the section I was most dreading. Lucky I got that sorted out.
 

tyd

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I HATED that exam... i knew domestic crime oh so well and them crime questions really threw me. I cant remember learning that much for International crime.. Ahh there goes my chances of band six. Why be so mean to us?????????????
 

tyd

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im so pissed about that, i didnt like any part of it! Human rights was probably the best... Majority of my class left early.. there was only one person left who stayed the whole time.
 

chippie

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I was too busy trying to remember acts and cases on my way in...stressing heaps, then in the reading time, I read the Crime question and almost fell of my fucking chair. What a shit question. Who cares about frickin international crime! Why not ask a question on something decent....grrrr that means now I ave done shit in 4 exams so far! LOL.
Sorry. I hate legal studies :)
 

Chelle

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yes i was less happy with Paper 2, english, but this was right there with my shit exams!!
 

jadene

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I have to disagree...All of you should have been listening to the media...there has been tonnes on international child porn rings and drug trafficking...its not difficult at all...and in terms of being stressed for time it was soooooo not long exam...I never finish my school papers and I finished this with like 15-20 mins to spare...
 

Ringo

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Originally posted by jadene
I have to disagree...All of you should have been listening to the media...there has been tonnes on international child porn rings and drug trafficking...its not difficult at all...and in terms of being stressed for time it was soooooo not long exam...I never finish my school papers and I finished this with like 15-20 mins to spare...
see, that could be a good or a bad thing...
 

mememe

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Hey, how vital are cases and legislation to back up your answers in the crime section? I know that in the two essays they are an absolute MUST as it is in the rubrics, but is it less important in crime? I just barely knew any for international law. Will it only loose me maybe 1 mark, or will it mean i can't even get above half marks for the question?
 

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