DominicRCWC
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It says on my exam timetable list thing that it is 90 minutes but I'm confused... is it meant to be 90 minutes x 2 (3 hours)? Are there 4 essays to write or just 2?

Is it pick 1 essay out of 4 choices for philosophy and the same again for ethics, 45 minutes each.

Or is it, 2 essays for philosophy and another 2 for ethics, and pick out of 4 choices, giving us 3 hours?
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There are two exams (the philosophy on the 10th June and the ethics on the 17th June.) Each one lasts 90 minutes in which you will have to answer 2 questions out of the 4 given to you. This gives you about 45 minutes a question :3
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(Original post by Greywind)
There are two exams (the philosophy on the 10th June and the ethics on the 17th June.) Each one lasts 90 minutes in which you will have to answer 2 questions out of the 4 given to you. This gives you about 45 minutes a question :3
really? ;o 100% sure? yikes... didnt know it was like that... ;o but thats so much better.
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