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Which institutions assess GDL via coursework rather than exams? Or rather, which institutions are most dominantly coursework based on the GDL?

I am thinking of doing the GDL after I finish my degree. However, my memory is weak (I have been assessed by a psychologist so I am sure of this) which means I'd excel in a non-memory based environment. If all the GDL courses are predominantly exam based I doubt it's worth taking part in something as competitive as law.
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Which institutions assess GDL via coursework rather than exams? Or rather, which institutions are most dominantly coursework based on the GDL?

I am thinking of doing the GDL after I finish my degree. However, my memory is weak (I have been assessed by a psychologist so I am sure of this) which means I'd excel in a non-memory based environment. If all the GDL courses are predominantly exam based I doubt it's worth taking part in something as competitive as law.
Also some courses will have open-book exams, i.e. exams where you can take whichever written material you may like. Textbooks, statutes, printed-out journal articles, Q&A books. If you are incredibly anxious about memorising great deals of information, open-book exams might well be a solution in addition to a coursework-heavy course.
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