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EXAM#____________ Final Examination Torts I Gallagher Fall 2009 1. You have three (3) hours to complete this exam. 2. This is a closed book exam. 3. This exam consists of two (2) parts worth a total of 300 points . You may work on each part of the exam at your own discretion and for as long as you wish within the time allotted for the entire exam. Part I consists of one (1) essay question. Part I is worth 200 points . Please allocate your time accordingly. Please write your response in the blue books provided, or type your response. Please write clearly. Write on every other line and every other page to permit instructor comments, if you are hand-writing your exam. Part II consists of twenty-five (25) multiple-choice questions. Part II is worth 100 points. Please allocate your time accordingly. Please mark your responses to the multiple choice questions on the separate “ParSCORE TEST FORM” using pen or pencil and following the instructions on that form. If you change your answer, place a clear X through the wrong answer and mark the correct answer. A machine will score the exam and any ambiguities will be counted as a wrong answer. 4. Write your exam number on your exam envelope. Put your correct class section and exam # at the top of this page, each page of questions, each blue book, and the “ParSCORE TEST FORM.” Do not use your name, student ID number or Social Security Number on any exam materials. 5. At the conclusion of the exam, return all test materials, including blue books, ParScore answer sheet, scratch paper, and this exam packet to the envelope and submit it to the proctor. DO NOT seal the envelope. Students who do not return all exam materials at the end of the exam may not be graded.
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