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    Long story short, my Criminal law exam is tomorrow and I literally don't know anything apart from the theoretical sides. I don't know any cases (apart from like two) or any legal/academic authority.

    Will I be able to achieve 40%+ without using any legal authority, while getting all the theoretical side of the questions correct?

    So let's say I correctly answer the two questions without using any legal authority (such as cases), can I still pass the exam (40%)?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by Gurses)
    Long story short, my Criminal law exam is tomorrow and I literally don't know anything apart from the theoretical sides. I don't know any cases (apart from like two) or any legal/academic authority.

    Will I be able to achieve 40%+ without using any legal authority, while getting all the theoretical side of the questions correct?

    So let's say I correctly answer the two questions without using any legal authority (such as cases), can I still pass the exam (40%)?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by Gurses)
    Long story short, my Criminal law exam is tomorrow and I literally don't know anything apart from the theoretical sides. I don't know any cases (apart from like two) or any legal/academic authority.

    Will I be able to achieve 40%+ without using any legal authority, while getting all the theoretical side of the questions correct?

    So let's say I correctly answer the two questions without using any legal authority (such as cases), can I still pass the exam (40%)?

    Thanks!
    You will need to make reference to some cases. Learn single-sentence ratios for each of the most important cases. With minimal case references and some good analysis, you should be able to pass.
 
 
 
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