Tag Archives: Exams

Open book vs. closed book: Succeeding on law school exams

One of the most frequently debated issues concerning law school exams is a professor’s decision to make the exam open book or closed book. Students seem to be partial to open book exams, perhaps because they seem less frightening and … Continue reading

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The2Llife: My Exams and Study-Schedule

#The2Llife My Exams and Study-Schedule GUEST BLOG Courtney Boykin, 2L at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law                I’ve found that it’s super important to prepare for each exam with … Continue reading

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California Physician Sentenced in Sacramento Federal Court to over 4 Years in Prison for Prescribing Methadone and Pain Medications Without Proper Documented Medical Exams

One of the issues with physicians and former physicians is that the government can file charges years after the treatment. This is happening with those who prescribed pain medications years ago to patients. A recent case relates to patients from … Continue reading

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South Florida Breast Exams — Mammogram Quality in Question

Mammogram Studies and Their Quality Medical professionals have debated the frequency and relative age for performing mammogram studies on women; some claiming that once yearly is too often and under 50 years old is too soon. Whether these debates involve … Continue reading

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Continuing the search for preneed exams

The Missouri State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors staff has some new faces, and in contrast to most rookies, these newcomers are playing pivotal roles in developing examination procedures for the state's preneed funeral sellers. The Division of Professional … Continue reading

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