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Final Exams

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Professor Chase, from whom I’m taking contracts this semester mentioned something in class the other night that hadn’t really occurred to me before – Professors don’t look forward to exams any more than students do – in his words, “Grading an exam is like reading a not so good book…. over and over again.”

That may be why there’s only one exam and why grading it always seems to involve sitting down with a bottle of scotch.

Belle Lettre aggregates the collective pain and the professors’ perspective of law school exams at Money Law: Hop to the Co-Op.

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