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F INAL EXAMINATION H ANDOUT B USINESS L AW 1100 T RIMESTER 2 2017 This instruction sheet contains the following: Copy of answer sheet for Part B. This has been provided to assist students understand how to fill out their answer sheet; Authorities you will be expected to know for the final examination; The marking rubric and explanation of the allocation of marks for the four step process question (Part A); o In relation to Part A, students are required to apply relevant legal concepts and principles to analyse and solve the case study by applying their knowledge of the legal principles and rules arising in Topic 5 Contents of a Contract. o In relation to Part B , students are required to apply their knowledge of the legal principles and rules arising and selecting the best answer in a multiple choice format from Topic 6 Performance and Breach; Topic 7 Remedies and Topic 9 Negligence. o In relation to Part C , students are required to apply their knowledge of the legal principles, cases and rules arising in Topic 6 Performance and Breach. 1 Business Law 1100 Examination Handout – Trimester 2, 2017 NB Must fill out ID and name on cover of the examination question paper as well as answer sheet.
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Instructions summarised: Final Exam 50% This is a closed book examination. No books, notes, or other materials are permitted in this exam. 2 Business Law 1100 Examination Handout – Trimester 2, 2017
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Students must have their Curtin College student card to sit the exam. You have 3 hours to complete the exam. You will also have 10 minutes reading time. There are three parts to this exam: o Part A – one four step process question (worth 15 marks): o Part B – 22 Independent multiple choice questions and applied case studies 18 questions. [40 multiple choice questions in total (worth 20 marks)]; and o Part C – 3 short answer questions (worth 15 marks). You must answer all three parts. Part A of the exam requires students to resolve the question using the four step process. Part B of the exam requires students to solve the Part B case study by applying their knowledge of the legal principles and rules arising and selecting the best answer in a multiple choice format. There are a series of 40 questions [some independent and some drawn from case study (half a mark per question)]. Part C of the exam requires students to provide answers to three short answer questions (5 marks each). Students must answer all three short answer questions. Students must fill out their details on both the cover page of the examination question paper and on the Part B answer sheet as shown above. PLACE THE EXAMINATION QUESTION PAPER INSIDE YOUR ANSWER BOOKLET. YOUR PAPER WILL NOT BE MARKED IF THE QUESTIONS ARE NOT RETURNED.
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