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Stickgold_ConstitutionalLawII_Sp07

Stickgold_ConstitutionalLawII_Sp07 - Final Examination...

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Stickgold: Con Law II, Final, SP07 Page 1 of 3 Final Examination Constitutional Law II Professor Marc Stickgold Spring 2007 INSTRUCTIONS: 1. You have three (3) hours to complete this exam. 2 This is a closed book exam. No outside materials may be used during this exam. 3. PART I: Consists of 16 multiple choice questions. The total number of points allocated to PART I is 32. Be certain to read each question fully and carefully. Often one word may make a difference. There is one best answer for each question. You must choose among the answers provided. The fact that there may be an additional unlisted answer which you like better must be ignored. (Recommended time: 50 minutes ) PART II : (55-60 minutes) Two essay questions counting for 34 points each, or 68 points total. (Recommended time: 65 minutes per essay question.) Allocate your time accordingly. Think about the questions before you begin to write. If something is unclear to you, state your assumptions clearly and then proceed. For the Multiple Choice Questions, darken in the letter corresponding to the correct answer on the ParScore answer sheet. If you change your answer, please be sure your erasures are complete. The exam will be scored by machine and any ambiguities will be counted as a wrong answer. Please use pen for the Essay Question. Write on only ONE SIDE OF EACH PAGE if you are writing your answer in a Blue Book. DOUBLE SPACE your work, whether written or typed. 4. Write your exam number on your exam envelope, at the top of this exam question packet, your Par Score sheet, and any blue books or typed essays. Do not use your name, student ID number or Social Security Number on any exam materials.
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