During a law exam , either we have to write module language or own language.?
Hi.. Exam writing is art which every student must have. The simple principle for writing answers in the exams is that the language must be understandable by the examiner. What do we want to write must be clear and the language must convey the examiner. The language provided in the module is not need to write compulsorily in the exam. One can write in his/her language to convey the answer.. There is no need to worry about the language in the modules. All the best for the exams.
Hello, In exam if your write the answer upto to and which is relevant you will get the marks. Even though it is in your own language. The problem happen that when we write answer in own language most of the time we mess up with meaning which we need to present give the different meaning then what we want to give. That why mostly people suggest to write the module answer. If you take care of this then you can go ahead with your own language answer. But for legal term you have to use that term only
Hi Anirudh, There is no compulsion for writing module language in exams, however I would like to share that understanding the provisions of the law is important and correct application of the same is required in the exams. You may write in your own language but essence of law should be missing in the answer. The important part of the section / provision should highlight in your answer.