Assessments of LLM modules


Wheretogo_

Hi All,

I have been looking at some of the LLM's courses and modules around (Manchester, Durham, Bristol etc)

It seems that a lot of the modules are assessed by way of essays! (3,000/4,000 words)

Do you think you learn a lot in a year by writing an essay at the end of the year? or you think it is better to have a final examination to assess that particular module?

I am tending to think that a final exam works better and you are bound to learn a substantial amount of things as opposed to an essay at the end of the course!

What are your views?

Hi All,

I have been looking at some of the LLM's courses and modules around (Manchester, Durham, Bristol etc)

It seems that a lot of the modules are assessed by way of essays! (3,000/4,000 words)

Do you think you learn a lot in a year by writing an essay at the end of the year? or you think it is better to have a final examination to assess that particular module?

I am tending to think that a final exam works better and you are bound to learn a substantial amount of things as opposed to an essay at the end of the course!

What are your views?
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Wheretogo_

I do think with essay you don´t learn as much as in an exam format.!!

I do think with essay you don´t learn as much as in an exam format.!!
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