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    My neighbour is making career decisions and is considering doing Law or Criminology at Uni.

    But she's finding it difficult to deal with the fact that there may be oral examinations during either of the courses. I know Law would definitely have more speaking tasks but i'm not too sure about Criminology.

    I told her she would have to confront her fears and would need to practice and i'm pretty sure every course has some sort of oral exam, but she's absolutely adamant to choose a course where there will be less oral presentations, even if it means she hinders away from Law which she primarily wanted to do.

    If anyone's done either Law or Criminology, could you shed light on roughly how many oral exams there are altogether? Or per module?

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