Anderson, John; Keenan, Denis
September 1986
Accountancy;Sep86, Vol. 98 Issue 1117, p166
Trade Publication
Outlines the experience of writers in the field of law related to the problems posed by shortage of topics in the examinations and features of objective testing (OT) method of the examination. Drawbacks of traditional methods of examinations; Benefits of OT examination systems; Difficulties in setting questions for OT; Problems related to the law papers. INSETS: Objective tests in company law.;Objective tests in sale of goods..


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