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    Hi, I can't find any information on Nottingham's assessment methods. An idea as to the assessment structure would be helpful! Are all the modules assessed by exams or are there other methods of assessment such as coursework? Thanks

    Hi there, I am just about to take my first year law exams- they were postponed for me because I was ill in May. The assessment is Tort Law A and Contract Law A 1hr 30 minutes written exams -in January: they are mocks you just have to pass they don't count towards your final grade. Then there is the Public law A coursework which doesn't count and the Understanding Law coursework which counts for 30 credits. Then in May you have Contract B, Tort B and Public law B which are all 3hrs long and count for 30 credits each so 120 credits altogether.
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