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October 19, 2014

Any lingering concerns or questions (other than grades) with respect to mid-term?

I just wanted to create this space for any enduring question on concerns regarding the mid-term exam.  For a host of reasons, process questions would be easier to answer than substance questions.  But I remain eager to continue the learning from an experience intended to be high-learning, low-stress (to the extent possible).  

I sincerely hope that, with the exam now in the rear-view mirror, everyone is now looking forward and gearing up for a lot of exciting homicide discussions over the next few weeks.  Though I love all parts of the course, I think the next 3-4 weeks are among the most dynamic, engaging and real-world exciting of the entire semester.

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Would it be too much to ask for an ideal answer to the midterm question?

Posted by: Jason Manion | Oct 20, 2014 7:58:25 AM

Ditto to Jason's question.

Posted by: Madison Gesiotto | Oct 20, 2014 2:38:15 PM

A quick process question--Would I be allowed to "un-staple" the pages of the exam if I brought a stapler with me to the final and "re-stapled" the pages following the completion of the test? It is easier for me to have the whole fact pattern side-by-side rather than having to flip back and forth. Thank you Professor Berman!

Posted by: Holly Cline | Oct 20, 2014 5:28:00 PM

Sorry, gang, there is not such thing as an "ideal" answer, only better and worse answers. And yes, Holly, you can maul the exam itself however serves your interest in providing better answers....

Posted by: Doug B. | Oct 22, 2014 3:22:38 PM

Would it be possible to get the actual questions from the midterm at some point? I'm not sure if we get that back along with our test. Thanks!

Posted by: Neil Scott | Oct 23, 2014 2:31:33 PM

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