If you have questions regarding the 4-hour exam and the “regulations for support materials” you are welcome to drop by and speak with student advisors, 5 April , from 13.00- 14.00 in Theologisk eksamenssal, 2 th.floor, Domus Academica.
We recommend that you read carefully all information, the FAQ regarding the “guidelines for the 4 hour written examination”, and listen to the exam tips video posted on the course website. You may at any time drop by at the Info-center in Domus Academica (10- 15) if you have questions,- and make sure you have provided the relevant support material for the exam in due time before your exams take place.
A “question hour” about exam writing takes place 1 March 12. 15- Aud 4, DA
The purpose with this meeting is to give the basic guidelines to international students who don’t have knowledge about the Norwegian examination system.
We have just made a short video about legal exam-writing on this website – so make sure to check it out!
We are very happy to invite you to an open discussion on exam-taking, where we’ll discuss the practicalities of – and strategies for – writing 4-hour exams. Use this opportunity to ask questions that you’ve been wondering about!
The session will be held by Milos Novovic, doctoral fellow at the Institute for Private Law.
The slides for lectures 4 & 5 have been updated and uploaded to Fronter.
Please note that the lecture 02.03 has been brought forward to 17.02, see updated timetable. You will then have 2 double hours of lectures this week,16 and 17 February.
Please note that the lecture 09.02 has been postponed to 10. 02- please see updated time table for time and place.